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computer monitor may need to be raised or moved farther away, or reading and work materials may need to be at a different angle or height.25 4. C. Fernández-de-Las-Peñas et al., "Myofascial Disorders in the Trochlear Region in Unilateral Migraine: A Possible Initiating or Perpetuating Factor," The Clinical Journal of Pain 22, no. 6 (2006): 548–53; C. Fernández-de-Las-Peñas et al., "Referred Pain from Trochlear Region in Step 6. Be ready to refer your client to a vision professional. For some clients to see clearly with their heads held in an upright, balanced position, without chronic tightness in their posterior cervical muscles, they may need to change their eyeglass prescription, use lenses with a longer focal length, get larger bifocal inserts, or have their eyeglass frames adjusted.26 Step 7. Consider referring your client to a professional who can help her improve her visual habits, such as a Feldenkrais or Alexander Method practitioner, a Natural Vision Improvement (Bates Method) teacher, or a behavioral optometrist. Tension-Type Headache: A Myofascial Trigger Point from the Superior Oblique Muscle," Headache 45, no. 6 (2005): 731–7; C. Fernándezde-Las-Peñas et al., "Referred Pain Elicited by Manual Exploration of the Lateral Rectus Muscle," Pain Medicine 10, no. 1 (2009): 43–8. 5. J. Goodrich, How to Help Your Child to Perfect Eyesight Without Glasses (Berkeley, California: Celestial Arts, 1998). 1. Jack Heggie, Total Body Vision (Feldenkrais Resources), CD, www.feldenkraisresources.com. 2. P. P. Lee et al., "Longitudinal Prevalence of 7. L. Neinstein, Adolescent Health Care: A Practical Guide, 3rd ed. (Baltimore: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1996), 129. 8. S. Barry, Fixing My Gaze: A Scientist's Journey Into Seeing in Three Dimensions Errors Among Adults in the United States, Myofascial Trigger Point Development and Motor Unit Rotation During Computer Work," Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 21, no. 1 (2011): 41–8. 18. . Simons, J. Travell, and L. Simons, D Point Manual, Volume 1, 2nd ed. (Baltimore: Optometry 59, no. 12 (1988): 952–9. 19. . P. Lee et al., "Longitudinal Prevalence." P Science News, "Urban Eyes"; H. E. Darle et al., "The Correlation"; B. Valentino and A. Fabozzo, "Interaction Between the Muscles." (Cupertino, California: Meta Publications, 1984), 92. 21. yeWorld, "The Pros and Cons of Manifest E Ophthalmology 122, no. 4 (2004): 495–505. Refraction, Autorefractors, and Wavefront," 10. L. Jebrock, "Vision Issues and EFT," May Be Behind a Surge in Nearsightedness," Healing (New York: Penguin Group, 1994). 82–7; B. Valentino and A. Fabozzo, "Interaction "Effects of Postural and Visual Stress on Western Europe, and Australia," Archives of "Urban Eyes: Too Much Time Spent Indoors Optometry & Vision Science 83, no. 2 (2006): 16, no. 2 (2006): 115–24; J. Hoyle et al., 20. oshe Feldenkrais, The Master Moves M (New York: Basic Books, 2009), 24. DVD; M. Schneider, The Handbook of Self- Migraine Headache and Refractive Error," of Electromyography and Kinesiology "Visual Conditions of Symphony Musicians," Series II (Emotional Freedom Techniques), 3. H. E. Darle et al., "The Correlation Between Stressors During Computer Work," Journal Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1999); P. Harris, 121, no. 9 (2003): 1,303–10; N. Seppa, id/347738/description/Urban_Eyes. Development from Visual and Postural (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1985), 102. Intermediate EFT Training: EFT Specialty 2013, www.sciencenews.org/view/feature/ 2013, www.aoa.org/x5253.xml. 17. D. Treaster et al., "Myofascial Trigger Point Guide to Seeing, Growing, and Developing Major Eye Diseases," Archives of Ophthalmology Science News, accessed September Vision Syndrome," accessed September Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction: The Trigger 6. R. Kavener, Your Child's Vision: A Parent's 9. J. H. Kempen et al., "The Prevalence of Refractive Notes 16. merican Optometric Association, "Computer A 11. M. Schneider, The Handbook of Self-Healing. 12. . Zitell and H. Davis, Atlas of Pediatric Physical B Diagnosis (St. Louis: Mosby-Wolfe, 1997). 13. K. Frey, "Craniosacral Therapy and the Visual System," Journal of Behavioral accessed September 2013, www.eyeworld. org/article.php?sid=293&strict&morphol ogic&query; S. Gallop, Looking Differently at Nearsightedness and Myopia: The Visual Process and the Myth of 20/20 (Broomall, Pennsylvania: self-published). 22. D. Simons et al., Myofascial Pain. 23. Ibid. 24. T. Myers, "The Superficial Back Line," Massage & Bodywork (September/October 2011): 81. 25. D. Simons et al., Myofascial Pain. Optometry 10, no. 12 (1999): 33. 26. Ibid. Between the Muscles of the Neck and the 14. Jack Heggie, Total Body Vision. Extraocular Muscles of the Myopic Eye. An 15. . E. Darle et al., "The Correlation"; B. H Electromyographic Study," Surgical and Valentino and A. Fabozzo, "Interaction Radiologic Anatomy 15, no. 4 (1993): 321–3. Between the Muscles." Marybetts Sinclair has been a massage therapist, teacher, and author in Oregon since 1975. She has improved her own vision tremendously through Bates Method Natural Vision Improvement and is a certified natural vision coach. She can be found doing eye exercises in the great outdoors whenever the sun comes out from behind the clouds. She can be reached at www.marybettssinclair.com. www.abmp.com. See what benefits await you. 89

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