If your corneal abrasion has healed without any infection or scarring, you should have a complete recovery. There are no exercises which accelerate the process, and a healthy diet is always good for the eye (especially the retina). Vitamin C is needed for cellular healing but, in general, a heart healthy diet is what we recommend for the eye. Some residual blurry vision may be due to corneal swelling. You could try Muro-128 5% sodium chloride ophthalmic ointment at night. This is over-the-counter; you would put a 1/8 to 1/4 inch strip inside the lower lid of the involved eye at bedtime. You may stop the ointment once everything is back to normal.
Forgot to ask, is this good? Am I on track or should I go see an optometrist ASAP?
Thank you Dr. Fazio, glad everything sounds normal. :)