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What Makes a Good Neurolens Candidate?

You may be wondering if you’re a good candidate for Neurolens. If so, you’ve come to the right place!

Eye misalignment can cause a wide range of uncomfortable symptoms, and a lot of people don’t even realize they have a misalignment. In fact, about two out of three people experience symptoms of eye misalignment and that number continues to grow as more people switch to remote working and learning. Neurolenses bring your eyes into alignment by using special contoured prism technology, which helps relieve troubling symptoms so you can get back to living life free of pain and discomfort. If you suffer from one or more of the following symptoms, take the Neurolens Test online to find out if you’re a candidate then schedule an appointment at our clinic.

Eye Strain & Eye Fatigue

Are you constantly staring into the screen of your laptop, tablet or phone? Do you regularly read or need to focus your eyes on an object for long periods of time? If so, you may be familiar with eye strain. To put it simply, eye strain is when your eyes feel tired and uncomfortable. You may experience soreness, itching, watering and burning in your eyes after focusing on a screen or other object for too long. You may also experience blurry vision, double vision or light sensitivity. Eye fatigue can be difficult to live with, and you may find yourself having to take breaks just to close your eyes throughout the day.


Eye misalignment coupled with the constant use of digital devices can also lead to headaches. Unfortunately, many people feel like they have no other option but to turn to using pain medication several times a week in order to focus. Daily headaches aren’t normal and you deserve the freedom to take care of what you need to do without aches and pains.

Shoulder & Neck Pain

If you suffer from eye misalignment, your eyes don’t properly work in sync with your brain. You may find yourself tilting your head to the left or right throughout the day and squinting in order to focus and realign your vision. Adjusting your neck over the course of the day can cause neck and shoulder problems over time, including neck strain, stiffness and muscle spasms. 

Motion Sickness

Eye misalignment can also cause bouts of motion sickness as you change directions, or even if you stand up from a seated position too fast. You might feel lightheaded, dizzy, nauseous or disoriented for a time.

Remember, if you’re experiencing any of the symptoms listed above or suspect that you may be suffering from eye misalignment, don’t hesitate to book an appointment with us today. There’s a good chance that you’re a candidate for Neurolens, and we’ll be by your side every step of the way.

Are you ready to schedule an appointment at Kenneth D. Boltz, O.D. in Dublin? Our team is here to help you find some relief so you can get back to living the life you love. Click here to schedule your appointment online or give us a call at (614) 763-5775. We look forward to seeing you soon!