Neurolens

The optometric physicians at The Eye Center in Pembroke Pines can help you with your headaches, neck and shoulder pain, or eye strain with Neurolenses.

Even though you have two eyes, your brain produces a single visual image when you look at something. The ability to maintain this focus is the result of binocular vision. If you have good binocular vision, your eyes are perfectly aligned and work well together as a team. 

If your eyes are misaligned, though, it can cause stress on the visual system and uncomfortable or even painful symptoms as a result. Even small misalignments can cause painful symptoms.  

What are the symptoms of eye misalignment?   

People who are suffering from eye misalignment can experience one or more of the following symptoms. For some, these symptoms can seriously impact their ability to focus while at work and their quality of life.

  • Headaches 
  • Fatigue 
  • Eye strain 
  • Neck and shoulder pain 
  • A sense of motion sickness or feeling off-balance 
  • Poor depth perception 
  • Blurred or double vision 
  • Difficulty reading  
  • Sensitivity to light 
  • Clumsiness 
  • Restless sleep 

 Neurolens

The Eye Center in Pembroke Pines now offers a breakthrough new solution called Neurolens, the first and only prescription lenses that contain a contoured prism designed to bring the eyes into perfect alignment. These lenses can relieve headaches, eye strain, neck and shoulder pain, and other painful symptoms caused by eye misalignment.   

How are Neurolenses prescribed?

If you are experiencing some of the symptoms of eye misalignment, take our lifestyle index test. We will receive your results.

  • If the results of your lifestyle index test reveal you are a viable candidate for Neurolens, we will recommend you schedule an appointment for a comprehensive eye exam to examine your eyes, and we will use the Neurolens measurement device to measure the degree of eye misalignment.
  • This test only takes a few minutes and is completely painless. It will provide your eye doctor with specific information about your eye misalignment and any problems you have seeing up close and at far distances.  
  • Your eye doctor will then review the results of the test with you and will write a prescription for your customized Neurolenses. 

Neurolenses contain the contoured prism designed to bring your eyes into perfect alignment, and are premium lenses, which mean they are constructed using high quality materials and are treated with anti-reflective coating. Your doctor may also recommend you come back for a follow-up visit to ensure you are experiencing relief from the painful symptoms of eye misalignment.