In our increasingly digital world, 2 out of 3 people experience symptoms of eye misalignment
Even small misalignments can cause painful symptoms
Customized prism corrections in well-designed lenses such as Neurolens can provide dramatic and welcome relief
Progressive Eye Care is proud to offer Neurolens for residents in the South Jordan, Riverton, Sandy, Draper, Herriman and surrounding areas.
Visual Clarity and Comfort with Neurolens Enhanced Visual Comfort for a Digital World
Our team of optometry and ophthalmology experts in South Jordan, Utah are thrilled with the relief both ourselves and our patients are experiencing with Neurolens!
Many people have a subtle eye misalignment which requires extra work when eyes turn inward to read cell phones, books, tablets, and computer screens.
In our increasingly digital world, even subtle misalignments cause bothersome symptoms.
Incredibly, 93% of patients with visual discomfort report a positive response to Neurolens!
Did You Know that 2 out of 3 Computer Users have significant visual discomfort, sometimes called Computer Vision Syndrome?
Why Your Eyes Could Be the Problem You Could Be Working Too Hard to See
When your eyes work to hard too align images the the trigeminal nerve in the brain becomes overstimulated, causing Trigeminal Dysphoria. Symptoms of trigeminal dysphoria include, headaches, migrains, neck pain, dizziness, and light sensitivity.
Neurolens relieves the symptoms of Trigeminal Dysphoria, helping patients enjoy all-day visual comfort.
What are Neurolens Eyeglass Lenses? What Does Neurolens Do?
"Neurolens uses contoured prism technology to increase visual comfort by properly aligning your eyes for maximum clarity and visual efficiency" - Dr. Jeff Broadhead
Will Neurolens Work For Me? Answer These Quick Questions
Do You Experience Any of the Following?
- Eye Strain
- Visual Fatigue
- Neck Pain
- Light Sensitivity
How Severe Are Your Symptoms?
Rank the severity of your symptoms from 1 to 5 (low to high)
If you rate any of the above symptoms as 3 or higher, you should be evaluated for Neurolens
How Do You Currently Seek Relief?
- Pain Medication
- Botox Injections
- Massage Therapy
- Turning Off Lights
- Taking frequent breaks from work
Neurolens may reduce or eliminate your reliance on one or more of these measures, potentially saving you frustration, time, and money.
The Neurolens Process A Two-Minute Test That Can Change Your Life
STEP 1: IDENTIFY
Answer a few simple questions that identify your symptoms and their severity
STEP 2: MEASURE
We perform a Neurolens Test using the Neurolens Measurement Device to obtain objective, accurate, repeatable measurements of eye alignment.
STEP 3: PRESCRIBE
Our doctors will prescribe Neurolens (or other lens options if indicated) to help your vision be as comfortable and clear as possible.
"My Headaches Disappeared" Relief from Computer-Related Headaches
"Knowledgeable and informative providers who inspire confidence."
Beautiful spacious office. All the latest diagnostic equipment. Knowledgeable and efficient support staff. Full line of beautiful frames and top of the line optics available. Dr Broadhead has been my eye care specialist for 16 years and I wouldn't go anywhere else.View on Google
Comfortable and relaxing office. Friendly and courteous staff. Fancy high tech equipment. Knowledgeable and informative providers who inspire confidence.View on Google
Neurolens Was "Hands Down, A Game Changer" Relief from Computer-Related Dry Eye
"Neurolens Reduced My Neck Pain" Improved Productivity All Day Long
How Much Does Neurolens Cost?
Neurolens can cost $850 or more for the lenses. These lenses feature highly advanced optics and superb anti-glare coatings.
Pricing varies depending on whether you need multifocal or distance-only lenses, self-tinting Transitions or clear only, or task-specific lenses for computer.
We offer special savings on frames when packaged with Neurolens. Payment plans are available on approved credit.
Are Neurolens Guaranteed?
Yes. Neurolens are guaranteed or your money back. See staff for complete details.
What is Prism? What is Contoured Prism?
Prism is a lens adjustment that bends light to help patients focus their eyes more easily together. Standard prism prescriptions have a single prism amount for far and near.
Contoured prism, available only from Neurolens, allows the prism to adjust from distance to near viewing, making Neurolen superior in many applications.
Whether you need standard prism, contoured prism, or no prism is determined by our optometrists using the Neurolens Measuring Device and other tests, as needed, to confirm what is best for you.
Why Isn't Neurolens Covered By Insurance?
Prioprietary contoured prism designs by Neurolens are only available from Neurolens. Vision and Medical Insurances do not have contracts with the Neurolens lab.
Standard prism adjustments can be prescribed from other labs and be billed to insurance. Designs with standard prism do not feature the contoured prism design. Your doctor can advise you if this is a good option for you.
Are Neurolens Worth the Money?
How much people value relief from their symptoms is a personal matter. Studies show that 93% of patients with significant visual discomfort report a positive response to Neurolens!
Is There An Alternative to Neurolens?
Using the Neurolens Measurment Device and other methods, our South Jordan, Utah optometrists will determine whether Neurolens, standard prism, no prism, or other lens options will work best for your situation.
We present all alternatives and provide a customized recommendation to suit your needs, symptoms, and budget.