Apparently this therapy is very new, none of the dozen or so eye doctors I'd gone to in the past ever mentioned anything about it. It's very simple, oral doxycycline for 2 months, combined with a topical steroid. The doxycycline apparently inhibits the formation of matrix metalloproteinases, proteins that can prevent the successful adhesion of epethelial cells. The steroids help accelerate the healing process.
The doctor also gave me pain relieving drops, the first eye doctor out of a dozen or so to bother with such a thing.