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Vision issues?

has anyone ever had a decline in vision that could be related to upper cervical spinal subluxations and other issues? Are these areas connected? Not double vision just slightly worse than prior ...


  • ^ it has not been posted in in 7 years so I want new info

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  • I had to get glasses a few years ago, I had really bad headaches and they thought it was from computers blah blah, said it was ocular migraine and prescribed glasses with tinted glass. Didn’t help a lot, got a lot of visual disturbance not double vision but spots and blotter vision. Last Sept saw an opthamologist who said issue is starting in cervical spine, I’ve had nerve ablation at c-2 c-3 and barely wear my glasses anymore. There are connections to the optic nerve from the cervical spine. It would maybe impede your vision and give the idea your vision has declined perhaps?? 

  • I have facet arthrosis/cervicogenic headaches/mediated facet pain

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