Eye Problem Relief With CST
Did you know that sometimes vision and eye motor problems are caused by misalignment at the articulation of the sphenoid and occipital bones of your cranium?
Delicate blood vessels as well as cranial nerves that control vision and eye movement pass into and out of the cranium through small openings in your sphenoid bone. Misalignment of the sphenoid can distort such openings which can twist, compress, pull, and bend the blood vessels and nerves. Such strain can transfer to and distort the shape of the inner membrane lining of the sphenoid, as well. Since this membrane also envelopes the vessels and nerves as they journey through the openings, strain to the membrane can further distort the openings and deform nerve and vessel shape. These tissue stress and strain patterns can eventually lead to vision or eye motor problems.*
In CranioSacral Therapy we work with small tissue patterns that can have a broader effect on larger patterns and the whole body. In this case, we address tiny tissue imbalances and restrictions deep in the cranium to help improve fluid flow and free up the cranial nerves and blood vessels, so that your central nervous system can reclaim optimal control of the vision and movement of your eyes.
Source: The CranioSacral System and Sphenobasilar Restrictions-How Common, How Important? Written and Illustrated by Tad Wanveer, LMBT, CST-D, Posted:
January 18, 2010.
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