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Neurolenses for Eye Misalignment

If you experience eye strain or headaches, you may suffer from eye misalignment and be a candidate for Neurolenses.

Do you suffer from any of these symptoms?

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  • Dry Eyes
  • Eye Fatigue
  • Eye Strain
  • Headaches
  • Neck Tension
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Motion Sickness

Two out of three people experience symptoms of eye misalignment.

Eye misalignment occurs when your eyes and brain have difficulty working together to produce a single, clear image. When your eyes are not properly aligned, additional pressure is put on the trigeminal nerve, leading to overstimulation and a range of uncomfortable symptoms. This is known as trigeminal dysphoria.

Even minor misalignments can cause a variety of uncomfortable, painful symptoms that affect how you live and work.

As more and more Americans begin to use computers, laptops, and smartphones regularly, the number of people who experience misalignment continues to grow.

If you suffer from these symptoms, you may be a candidate for Neurolenses.

What are Neurolenses?

Simplistically speaking, Neurolenses are designed to reduce that pressure and align your eyes using “contoured prism” technology.

Neurolenses are worn like your typical eyeglasses.  The lenses can be customized to contain your current corrective prescription along with the correction needed to treat misalignment. They can also fit into most types of frames.

If you don’t currently wear prescription eyeglasses, don’t worry! Neurolenses can still reduce the amount of pressure on your trigeminal nerve and help alleviate your symptoms.

Recent studies show that 93% of patients who have tried Neurolenses responded positively and said they experienced dramatic symptom relief within a matter of months.

How do I know if I’m a candidate?

It all starts by taking the short, simple Neurolens Test to find out if you’re a candidate.  Most people are.

Once you’ve taken the test, schedule an appointment with our team.

We will evaluate your symptoms and use the Neurolens Measurement Device to detect eye misalignment. This painless test only takes a few minutes to complete and makes it simple for us to diagnose eye misalignment and get you well on your way to comfortable vision.

Contact us today to learn more!