At diseases of the eyes often first of all damages at all vertebrae, segments and meridian are important, which belong to the connected functional circuits gallbladder (Th4 SMT®)/ liver (Th5 SMT®)/ eyes and tongue (C2) as well as the functional circuit heart (Th2 SMT®)/ small intestine (Th12 SMT®)/ tongue and eyes (C2), because for these functional ciruits the body orifice is the 2nd cervical vertebra, the eye-vertebra.
At the eyes we find different tissues. In the embryonal development of man and vertebrates the eye is formed of an evagination of the brain. The lens of the eye develops from skin cells and self-evident the conjunctiva belongs to the system of the skin. This however means, if there are damages at the vertebrae, segments and meridians of the functional cicuit heart (Th2 SMT®)/ small intestine (Th12 SMT®)/ tongue and eyes (C2), preferably vessels and nerves of the eye get sick, f.e. optic atrophy, diseases at the retina and so on.
The eye lens and the conjunctiva belong to the system of the skin. The system skin is connected to the functional circuit lung (Th3 SMT®)/ large intestine (L1 SMT® and L2 SMT®)/ nose and mouth (C4). Via the 4th cervical vertebra the functional circuit lung (Th3 SMT®)/ large intestine (L1 SMT® and L2 SMT®)/ nose and mouth (C4) is connected to the functional circuit stomach (Th6 SMT®)/ spleen-pancreas (Th8 SMT® and Th7 SMT®)/ mouth and nose (C4). Damages at these vertebrae, segments and meridians contribute to diseases of the lens, its suspension apparatus and the conjunctiva.