What are

Neurolenses are the world’s first and only prescription lenses that add a contoured prism to bring the eyes into alignment and relieve pressure on the trigeminal nerve. Developed specifically to reduce or eliminate eye misalignment at all distances, Neurolens® is a new therapeutic solution and the only lens available that corrects the eyes from overcompensating during digital device use.

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What symptoms
can they relieve?

If the alignment in our eyes is off, the disparity between what is considered “comfortable” vision and “required” vision when we focus up-close can cause painful symptoms.

Whether it is from digital eye strain or major events like car accidents, concussions, head injuries, whiplash and Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI), researchers have proven that the link between our brain and vision is significant. Symptoms such as the following can be greatly improved when properly diagnosed:

  • headaches and migraines
  • neck and shoulder tension
  • eye strain
  • vertigo
  • nausea

How do
THEY work

While regular lenses use a standard prism shape, the Neurolenses are contoured, providing effortless eye alignment at all distances by gradually increasing the prism from distance to near. The contoured shape helps to alleviate the pressure on the trigeminal nerve as it attempts to correct the alignment in the eye.

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How are they
diagnosed and measured?

The test is simple. We use breakthrough eye-tracking technology and the Neurolens Measurement Device to objectively and accurately measure the degree of eye misalignment. If an imbalance between the eyes is perceived, then personalized and customized lenses are prescribed. Neurolenses are offered in three types: single vision, computer/office, and progressives.

A survey conducted with individual practitioners across the country focused on the post-60-days results of wearing Neurolenses. The study showed that more than 80% of patients who wore Neurolenses, with blue light filter coatings, found relief from their various digital eye strain symptoms.


View the video below to learn more about how Neurolenses can help.