Are You a Candidate for Neurolens?

As technology advances, it provides new ways of improving vision and dealing with eye problems. However, digital eye strain is a growing issue with the shift toward remote working and learning. One of the causes of digital eye strain is eye misalignment, which affects two-thirds of people.


Alleviating and Correcting Eye Misalignment with Neurolens


Fortunately, a new technology called Neurolens can alleviate and correct eye misalignment. Without realizing it, many people suffer from binocular vision dysfunction, also called BVD or subtle eye misalignment.

Traditional treatments often fail to address the real issue of BVD, resulting in misdiagnosis. Neurolens utilizes technological advances in eye health to diagnose and treat this condition accurately.


Determining Eligibility for Neurolenses


This technology is a revolutionary solution for people with binocular vision dysfunction. This misalignment can cause headaches, neck pain, and fatigue, making it difficult to perform everyday tasks. These lenses can alleviate the symptoms of BVD and help you achieve better visual comfort. But who is a good candidate?


Patients with Chronic Eye Strain


If you spend a lot of time using computers or other digital devices, you may be at risk of developing chronic eye strain. These lenses can help alleviate this strain by correcting your eye alignment and reducing the effort your eyes exert.


Individuals with Binocular Vision Dysfunction


This technology can help individuals with BVD, a common condition affecting how the eyes work together. You may be a good candidate if you experience headaches, neck pain, fatigue, or other symptoms related to BVD.


People with Atypical Migraines


Atypical migraines are a type of headache that can be difficult to diagnose. Do you experience symptoms such as visual disturbances, dizziness, and nausea? Neurolens may help reduce your discomfort.


Those with Asthenopia


Asthenopia, also known as eye strain, is a common condition caused by overuse of the eyes. If you experience symptoms such as eye fatigue, headaches, or blurred vision, these lenses may help alleviate your discomfort.


People with Neck Pain and Spinal Misalignments


Neck pain and spinal misalignments can cause BVD, leading to discomfort and visual disturbances. If you suffer from these conditions, this technology may be an excellent option to improve your visual comfort.


Patients Who Experience Motion Sickness


Motion sickness is a common condition that affects many people. It results from a disconnect between the eyes and the brain, leading to dizziness, nausea, and headaches. Neurolens can help improve the synchronization between the eyes and the brain, reducing the risk of motion sickness.


Those with Sinus Headaches


Sinus headaches are a common type of headache caused by inflammation in the sinuses. This technology can help reduce eye strain, reducing the frequency and severity of sinus headaches.


Patients with Tension Headaches


Tension headaches are a common type of headache caused by muscle tension in the head and neck. This lens technology can help reduce the effort your eyes exert, reducing the risk of tension headaches.




If you experience any of the symptoms mentioned above, you may be a good candidate for Neurolens technology. It is a safe, non-invasive treatment option that can help improve your visual comfort. It can make everyday tasks easier to perform. Talk to your eye doctor today to see if it is appropriate for you.

For more on Neurolens, visit Grove Eye Care at our Richmond or Midlothian, Virginia, offices. Call (804)353-3937 or (804) 888-8998 to schedule an appointment today.

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Midlothian, VA 23113