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Neurolens | Immediate Relief From Digital Eye Strain

Digital Vision Syndrome has become a growing issue in the digital age. Between computers, tablets and smart phones, Americans average 7 hours of screen usage per day, with some people using significantly more, which often results in Symptoms of Digital Vision Syndrome.

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Digital Vision Syndrome

Looking at screens for extended periods of time can cause digital eye strain or digital vision syndrome, which can result in a variety of uncomfortable symptoms such as eye strain, headaches, neck pain, motion sickness, and blurry vision.

At Fox Chase Family Eye Care, we understand the need for technology in our daily lives and know the potential consequences it can have on our vision.

Whether you work on a computer all day or spend a lot of time on your phone or tablet, it's important to take proactive steps to protect your eyes. Fortunately, Neurolens can help.


People are using digital devices and spending more and more time in front of screens every day. Our eyes are feeling the strain – literally. Our eyes are tired, red, dry and sensitive to light, not to mention the accompanying neck pain, headaches, and muscle stiffness that often accompany extended screen time usage.

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What is Neurolens®?

Neurolens is a revolutionary new lens designed to relieve the symptoms associated with digital device overuse and eye misalignment. This innovative lens has been specifically developed to address eye misalignment at all distances, making it the only lens on the market that can correct the eyes from overcompensating during digital device use.

With Neurolens, you can enjoy the benefits of digital technology without the discomfort and strain that can come with extended screen time. Our team of experienced optometrists can provide personalized recommendations to ensure that you get the most out of your Neurolens lenses. Say goodbye to eye strain, headaches, and blurry vision and experience the comfort and clarity that comes with Neurolens.

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What is Eye Misalignment?

Eye misalignment, also known as binocular vision dysfunction or binocular vision disorder, is a condition where the eyes are not properly aligned. This means that one eye may be pointing slightly higher, lower, inward, or outward than the other eye. When the eyes are misaligned, the brain receives two different visual images, which can cause discomfort and confusion.

To correct the misalignment, the eyes may overcompensate by working harder to see a single, clear image. This can result in uncomfortable symptoms such as eye strain, headaches, and blurry vision, especially when spending extended periods of time on digital devices. An optometrist can diagnose eye misalignment through a comprehensive eye exam and may recommend treatments such as Neurolenses to help.

How Does Neurolens Correct Eye Misalignment?

Neurolenses correct eye misalignment by using prisms to correctly refract incoming light. This helps to reduce the amount of work your eyes need to do to maintain proper alignment and send a clear image to the brain. These lenses are designed to reduce or eliminate eye misalignment at all distances, allowing your eyes to work together more efficiently and effectively.

What is the SightSync® Test?

The Sightsync test is a diagnostic tool used to assess the degree of eye misalignment or binocular vision dysfunction in patients. It is a non-invasive test that can be performed during a routine eye exam, typically in less than 10 minutes.

During the Sightsync test, the patient is asked to look at a target while wearing special eyeglasses that contain prisms. The prisms in the glasses create an illusion that the target is moving, which triggers the patient's eye movements. The eye movements are then measured by sensors in the glasses, which provide detailed information about the patient's eye alignment.

This information is used to create a customized prescription for neurolenses, which can help to correct the eye misalignment and relieve symptoms of digital vision syndrome. The Sightsync test is an effective tool for identifying and diagnosing binocular vision dysfunction, which is a common underlying cause of many visual problems, including digital vision syndrome.

Neurolenses® Testimonials

Neurolenses have helped me with relaxing my nystagus while working on computers. I work in excel a lot and I am now able to see clearer numbers without adjusting my focal point. I appreciate Dr. DenHartog and her team for listening to my vision concerns and helping me get the best vision possible! That is how the lenses have helped me. I only use them for computer work

Abby G

I have seen an incredible decrease in symptoms and love these lenses so much. My nerve pain in my jaw is nearly nonexistent at this point which is incredible because I had severe debilitating pain several times a week before. I still have occasional migraines but they are more caused from tension from shoulders/neck that are related to an old injury.

Hayley J

Interested in Neurolens? Contact Fox Chase Family Eye Care Today!

You don’t have to live with headaches and digital eye strain any longer. To book your Neurolens consultation and start your journey to clear and comfortable vision, call us today.

If you have any of these symptoms and want to learn how we can help, please fill in this form

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