Neurolens®

Neurolens®

Neurolens®

Neurolens®

Neurolens

What is Neurolens®?

Neurolens® is a revolutionary new treatment for a condition known as binocular vision dysfunction or BVD for short. They are unique lenses that contain specially-contoured microprism glass, the purpose of which is to bring the eyes into alignment with one another. Exactly how much prism you will need in your lenses will vary depending on your individual requirements and it isn’t unusual for patients to have the amount tweaked regularly until the optimal level is reached. NeurolensesÒ can be placed into virtually any frames, enabling you to retain your usual style whilst also reaping the benefits of this highly effective treatment.


In the initial stages, you may see up to a 50% improvement in your BVD symptoms. However, once the optimal prism amount is discovered and applied to your lenses, you could see as much as an 80% reduction in your BVD symptoms.


What is binocular vision dysfunction and how do I know if I am affected?

Binocular vision dysfunction is a surprisingly common ocular condition that is characterized by the eyes not working in perfect synchronization with one another. When this happens, the brain and eyes have to work substantially harder for you to focus on objects and see them clearly. Doing so places a great deal of pressure on the largest nerve in the brain – the trigeminal nerve. When this happens, patients can experience a range of unpleasant symptoms including:

  • Eye fatigue
  • Headaches
  • Neck and shoulder pain
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Dizziness and balance problems
  • Nausea
  • Blurred/double vision


If you suspect that you may be affected by BVD, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our team so that we can arrange an evaluation of your vision and see whether Neurolens® is a suitable option for you.

We can help with the symptoms with our new treatment plan. Give us a call today at (323) 651-5646 to learn more!

You can fill out our Neurolens® questionnaire below and we'll get back to you.

Patient Details

Name:

How often do you experience any of these symptoms? Choose the applicable option.

Headaches

  • You get headaches of any severity each week (even just a dull ache counts).

  • Your headaches tend to get worse later in the day.

Stiffness / pain in neck / shoulders

You experience stiffness/tension in your neck/shoulders when you work at a computer or read (this might even be from your posture).

Discomfort with Computer Use

You experience stiffness/tension in your neck/shoulders when you work at a computer or read (this might even be from your posture).

Tired Eyes

Your eyes feel increasingly fatigued/tired as the day goes on.

Dry Eye Sensation

Your eyes progressively feel more dry/sandy/gritty while working at the computer or reading.

Light Sensitivty

Bright / Strong lights (vehicle headlights, florescent lights etc.) bother you.

Dizziness

You experience dizziness, motion sickness, or vertigo.

Additional Notes

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