Westchester Eyes anticipates that its newly announced treatment will encourage more Westchester County residents struggling with fluctuating vision or other eye misalignment-related symptoms to seek its specialized approach. The clinic uses the simple, three-step Neurolens Solution to identify, diagnose, and prescribe proper treatments for eye misalignment and its various symptoms.
Interested parties can learn more at https://www.westchestereyes.com/
With this announcement, Westchester Eyes offers patients struggling to maintain optimum vision up close a noninvasive corrective treatment. After identifying the patient’s symptom prevalence and severity, an optometrist at the practice will issue accurate, repeatable, objective measurements with a Neurolens measurement device. If a noticeable eye misalignment is detected, Westchester Eyes can prescribe Neurolenses which have contoured prism technology designed to guide the eyes back into comfortable alignment.
According to the practice, in addition to fluctuating vision, eye misalignment can also cause neck and shoulder pain, headaches, eye strain, dizziness, light sensitivity, and more. The rate of this condition has increased in recent years, the optometrists say, as more work and learning have moved to remote formats or required extended periods of screen time.
Westchester Eyes strives to offer patients the most recent technologies to treat eye misalignments and other optical conditions. The practice uses Neurolens because it is designed to reduce the burden on the eyes of maintaining optimal clarity and alignment while interpreting highly-detailed information near them, which is what happens while reading or working on a computer or phone screen. Neurolenses specifically bend the light to help the eyes move from distance to near without requiring extra strain, says the practice.
In addition to Neurolens, Westchester Eyes now also supports eye health with the latest diagnostic tools, including the AdaptDx – Model Pro with eye tracking technology. This device allows the practice’s optometrists to automatically align precision eye tracking with the eye to capture an accurate measurement of dark adaptation function, which can help identify macular degeneration in its earliest stages.
Interested parties can learn more and schedule an appointment with Westchester Eyes by visiting https://www.westchestereyes.com/
Westchester Eyes (Yonkers)
598 Tuckahoe Road
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