What To Expect With Neurolens?

In today’s modern lifestyles and prolonged near vision utilization, most people experience reduced visual acuity and painful symptoms of eye misalignment, such as eye strain, headaches, neck and shoulder pain, motion sickness, and dry eye sensation. With the world’s technological innovation, Neurolens has been created to address binocular vision issues with the help of contoured prism lenses made from high-quality materials and high-quality Anti-Reflective coatings. Neurolenses are proven to impact a patient’s visual clarity and comfort profoundly.

As a matter of fact, 93% of patients responded positively to wearing Neurolenses. After wearing it for 90 days, 81.6% of patients suffering from chronic headaches reported that their symptoms were substantially reduced or gone. Moreover, many Neurolens wearers have significantly reduced or even eliminated the need for pain-relieving medications.

How Does Neurolens Work?

Neurolenses are premium lenses and come standard in high-quality materials and high-quality Anti-Reflective coatings. Neurolenses help correct eye misalignment by incorporating contoured prism into glasses to help provide relief where it is needed most. This contour prism relaxes the eyes and provides comfortable vision all day long.

What Is Used To Detect Misalignment In Neurolens?

To detect eye misalignment, a Neurolens Measurement Device, Gen 2 or NMD2 is utilized to objectively, accurately, and repeatedly measure eye alignment and calculate the AC/A (Accommodative Convergence to Accommodation ratio) of the patient. So, the cutting-edge eye tracking system allows the NMD2 to identify eye misalignment as small as 0.01 prism diopters, acquiring over 10,000 data points per patient. The diagnostic device makes it easy for the eye doctor to diagnose misalignment and help patients on their path to better, more comfortable vision.

The NMD2, in general, utilizes an iterative procedure of misalignment measurements that provides a final Neurolens prism correction value to the patients, which will be used to create their specialized lenses. The NMD2 does this by:

  • Measuring the gap between where the eyes are intended to be and where they need to be.
  • Separating peripheral and central vision through the record of the comprehensive assessment of the patient’s eye alignment and synchronization.

What Are The Three Steps Employed In Neurolens?

Neurolens employs a three-step process to address common binocular vision issues that include the following:

Step 1- Identify

The first step efficiently determines patient symptomatology with the use of a basic online symptom screener, which patients can complete in just a few minutes. The gathered information goes directly to the Neurolens Measurement Device, Gen 2 or NMD2.

Step 2- Measure

This step accurately and objectively measures the patient’s level of misalignment. The NMD2 is an objective, accurate and repeatable way to measure eye misalignment as small as 0.01 Prism Diopters.

Step 3- Prescribe

This step is correcting eye misalignment with a proven lens solutionThe contoured prism technology of Neurolenses brings the eyes back into comfortable alignment

What Benefits Does Neurolens® Provide?

The primary benefit of Neurolens is to help relax the eyes and visual system. This treatment helps eliminate the uncomfortable and debilitating symptoms of Binocular Vision Dysfunction that could affect the quality of day-to-day life, which includes:

  • Reduced double vision.
  • Improved coordination and better small and gross motor function.
  • Finding it easier to read for longer and without losing your place or skipping lines.
  • Fewer headaches/migraines.
  • Reduced eye strain.
  • Less sensitivity to light.
  • Improved depth perception.
  • Reduction in neck, shoulder, and upper back pain.
  • Improved ability to cope with large spaces, such as malls and big stores, as well as
  • large crowds of people.
  • Less anxiety when in uncomfortable situations.
  • Reduction/elimination of motion sickness.

Who Can Use Neurolens®?

At least 2/3 of people suffer from symptoms of eye misalignment, and the number continues to rise as people shift to working and learning remotely. It is also given that spending hours staring at screens can’t be avoided if it’s part of the job. This only means that these prolonged hours can cause uncomfortable and disruptive symptoms like eye strain that can interfere with work.

That said, one should consider turning to Mountain West Eyecare for a comprehensive eye exam if experiencing:

  • Migraines
  • Neck stiffness
  • Tension in and around the eyes
  • Dry eye sensation
  • Motion sickness
  • Eye fatigue

These symptoms may point to eye misalignment. If the eye exam results reflect this condition, an individual may be viable for Neurolens® treatment. Certainly, the experts can help determine the severity of the symptoms and decide if Neurolens can be a potential solution.

Are There Possible Side Effects And Adjustment Period With Neurolens?

There may be a few side effects, if any, associated with Neurolens. Nonetheless, the only mild side effect is the disorientation of initially trying on neurolens. Once patients adjust to their Neurolens lenses, disorientation will not be an issue.

In fact, there are no long-term adverse effects of wearing Neurolens, which is one great benefit of Neurolens. They allow patients to get the work done and enjoy looking at digital screens for long periods, but they do not significantly impact eye health and vision. In addition, this corrective technology does not cause any long-term complications, allowing patients the freedom to live their lives free of symptoms.

Neurolens® does have an adjustment period as it needs to be worn most of the day to affect the symptoms. Typically, the adjustment period would be one to two days, but in some cases, it can take up to a few weeks of wearing Neurolens to acclimate to them.

Is Neurolens® Right For You?

Neurolens can help those struggling to get through the workday or spend long hours squinting at small details or words on a page due to symptoms that are difficult to control. Mountain West Eyecare offers Neurolens, an innovative treatment that includes prescription lenses with a contoured prism to correct misalignment using a patented and clinically tested technology. At Mountain West Eyecare, we provide patients with long-term eye health exams and a wide option of frames and specialty contact lenses.



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