Total Vision La Mesa

Neurolens in La Mesa

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What Is Neurolens?

Considering the hustle and bustle of daily life, digital eye strain has become a prevalent issue for many individuals. Neurolens offers a solution to address discomfort associated with prolonged screen time.

Neurolens are a revolutionary type of glasses designed to address the root cause of digital eye strain and other vision problems. These unique lenses go beyond traditional prescriptions, taking into account how your eyes and brain work together to optimize visual processing and reduce discomfort.

Contact us to schedule your appointment today and learn more about Neurolens from our eye doctors in La Mesa. 

Neurolens Glasses: Relieve Eye Strain, Neck Pain, & Headaches

If you’re experiencing symptoms such as headaches, neck pain, or eye strain after spending extended periods on digital devices, Neurolens can help. 

Some symptoms Neurolens can address include:

  • Eye strain and fatigue
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Blurry vision, especially at near distances
  • Dry or itchy eyes
  • Difficulty focusing or concentrating
  • Neck and shoulder pain

Understanding Neurolens Glasses: Technology & Benefits

Neurolens glasses feature special technology to address the effects of digital eye strain, providing relief and improving visual comfort. By addressing a common cause of discomfort—eye misalignment—these specialized lenses can provide a personalized solution for our patients seeking relief from digital eye strain and related symptoms.

How Neurolens Glasses Mitigate Digital Eye Strain

Traditional glasses focus solely on correcting blurry vision. However, Neurolens incorporate subtle calibrations that address a hidden problem: eye misalignment. These precise adjustments help your eyes work together more efficiently, reducing strain and improving visual comfort.

Addressing Eye Misalignment

Even if your vision test shows 20/20 vision, your eyes might not be perfectly aligned. This misalignment, called binocular vision dysfunction (BVD), can disrupt how your brain processes visual information, leading to eye strain symptoms.

The Neurolens Assessment

During your Neurolens exam at Total Vision in La Mesa, our eye doctors can conduct a comprehensive evaluation that goes beyond a traditional vision test, assessing how well your eyes work together (eye teaming) and focusing abilities. 

Based on this evaluation, we can determine if Neurolens are a good fit for your individual needs.

Find Relief with Neurolens Glasses

You don’t have to deal with digital eye strain symptoms alone. Contact us at Total Vision La Mesa today to schedule your appointment. 

Discover if Neurolens can help you experience clearer, more comfortable vision.

Come & See Us

Where Can I Find You?

Our practice is located on Parkway Drive, just off I-8 on the Kumeyaay Highway.

  • 7090 Parkway Drive
  • La Mesa, CA 91942

Hours of Operation

  • Monday: 9:00 AM 5:30 PM
  • Tuesday: 9:00 AM 5:30 PM
  • Wednesday: 8:00 AM 4:30 PM
  • Thursday: 9:00 AM 5:30 PM
  • Friday: 8:00 AM 4:30 PM
  • Saturday: Appointment Only
  • Sunday: Closed

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