What Is Neurolens®?

Neurolens provides specialty lenses that are designed to provide relief for people who suffer from headaches, neck pain, eye fatigue, dry eyes, light sensitivity, and dizziness.

Inspired by a breakthrough discovery linking optometry and neurology, Neurolenses are designed to bring the eyes back into comfortable alignment. To do this, Neurolenses incorporate a technology called “contoured prism,” which intelligently places the correction in the lenses where it’s needed most. They are premium lenses, and as such come standard in high-quality materials and with high-quality Anti-Reflective coatings.

For more in-depth information, please speak with your eye care provider at Fort Lauderdale Eye Care & Eyewear.


Are you a Neurolens® Candidate?

Do you get headaches? Eyes that feel tired or dry? Pain in your neck and shoulders? Bouts of dizziness? Do these symptoms tend to get worse towards the end of the day? Do they tend to correspond with long periods of using a computer, tablet, smartphone, or even reading? If this describes you, you definitely aren’t alone; and like many others, you’re probably wondering why. Your eyes could be the problem, and Neurolenses could be the solution.

How do I find out if I’m a candidate for Neurolenses?

Anyone who spends a lot of time on a computer, doing detailed work, or reading and experiences symptoms of eye strain, chronic headaches that do not respond to other treatments, and neck and shoulder pain can benefit from Neurolens. These lenses are customizable for every patient and are available in any prescription. They’re even a great solution for contact lens wearers or patients that don’t have a prescription at all.

Fort Lauderdale Eyecare & Eyewear can help you determine whether Neurolens is the right solution for you. During your eye exam, we will use a two-step process to make this determination:

  • Your optometrist will evaluate the frequency and severity of your symptoms.
  • If you’re a potential candidate, we will then move on to a more advanced test to clinically measure the amount of eye misalignment using a diagnostic device called the Neurolens Measurement Device, or NMD. This diagnostic test takes minutes at no additional charge to you, and the information gathered will help your eyecare provider create a complete visual solution to comprehensively address your unique needs.

You can start your journey towards relief by taking the Neurolens test, which is a one-minute online evaluation that will tell you if you’re a potential candidate.