Has anyone experienced this or heard of this: I have been having eye pain in both my eye brows, either right on them or right below them at the corner of each eye( right eye: left corner of eye , Left eye: right corner of eye. The pain comes when I read, write, look through the windshield either driving or being a pass...enger in the car, being outside when it's sunny( cloudy is much better but when driving it still causes pain in the areas I wrote above & also occasionally a very bright lit room. I go to a Myofacial treatment center in Waltham, Ma. for dry needling in my neck which is where the pain is coming from ( It is refereed pain from my neck). When I read if I put my hands on the 2 muscles in my neck(Sternocleidomastoid muscles) I can feel my eyes moving back & forth. I have had this dry needling 3 times now & I don't think it is doing any good. Does anyone have any suggestions. Here is the link to the dry needling: http://www.myofascialpaintreatment.com/about-tp-dry-needling/
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