Home Neurolens: Relief is in Sight Are Your Patients Suffering From Digital Vision Syndrome?

Are Your Patients Suffering From Digital Vision Syndrome?

Download the report here.

Two-thirds of adults experience the painful symptoms of neck and shoulder stiffness and headaches that result from accommodation and vergence dysfunction. With people spending more time on digital devices, chances are that many patients many patients are suffering from Digital Vision Syndrome due to their non-strabismic binocular disorders.

Unfortunately, current treatment options – such as near adds, coated lenses, standard prisms and vision therapy – have their limitations. Most patients with Digital Vision Syndrome symptoms exhibit different magnitudes of eye misalignment at different viewing distances.

This downloadable report from Neurolenses includes information on how contoured prism lenses can relieve symptoms of Digital Vision Syndrome, how the Neurolens measuring device works, the financial benefits and the impact on patients’ quality of life. Read the whole report here.

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