Nystagmus

At 3 months, an infant was diagnosed as having manifest nystagmus with strabismus. Nystagmus means that the infant’s eyes go from side to side and up and down continuously, not able to focus; if it is manifest, it is very aggressive (rapid) and if they have Strabismus, their eyes move independently, crossing over each other.

This condition creates blindness because the eyes cannot land to focus. Considered a fault in the neural system, including the cerebellovestibular, optokinetic and pursuit mechanisms that normally hold the eye’s fixation (focus) steady; there was no known allopathic therapy to help the condition.

Once the condition was established, Bio-Negative energy was applied on the top middle forehead to stimulate the frontal lobe where the hypotrophic (non-matured optic nerve – optokinetic nystagmus) area was considered to be. In 3 weeks, there were no longer any physical signs of involuntary and uncoordinated eye movements and the child started to see; the hypotrophic area’s growth had caught up. After the 3 weeks, the biomagnet was moved up higher on the forehead every couple of weeks until it reached the top of the head

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