The purpose of the study was to assess the impact of microkinesitherapy treatment on intra- ocular pressure in patients with glaucoma. The study included a group of 32 patients (21 women and 11 men) from the Glaucoma Outpatient Clinic at Dr Alfred Sokołowski Specialist Hospital in Walbrzych. Patients were divided into two groups: an experimental group that received mi- crokinesitherapy, and a control (placebo) group. In all subjects, two measurements of intraocular pressure were made using the AIR PUFF method. The data analysis did not show statistically sig- nificant changes in both groups (p < 0.13 vs. p < 0.08). In the experimental group, a decrease in mean pressure values was observed, while in the control group, an increase in mean pressure values of intraocular pressure was observed. The results obtained in the present study show that the afore- said novel therapeutic method has the potential to reduce intraocular pressure, but it cannot un- ambiguously be stated that it offers an alternative approach to treat glaucoma.