What is Neurolens® ?

Neurolens® are the first and only prescription lenses that include a contoured prism into their design. The purpose of this prism is to bring the eyes into alignment in order to make vision more comfortable and to relieve eye strain, headaches, shoulder pain and neck pain that is commonly experienced by patients who spend a great deal of time on heavily focused work. This includes using screens and digital devices, reading or completing detailed work such as drawing or sewing.

Eye misalignment is a fairly common problem. It occurs when the eyes don’t work together in perfect synchronization, and instead, your brain and eyes are forced to work harder in order for you to see clearly and remain focused. This places pressure on the trigeminal nerve, which is the largest nerve in the brain and the one responsible for the majority of the sensations felt in the head and neck.

Signs that you might benefit from Neurolens®

If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, you may be suffering from eye misalignment that would benefit from Neurolens® and you should arrange a consultation with our experienced eye experts.

  • Tired, aching eyes

  • Headaches

  • Shoulder pain

  • Neck pain

  • Dizziness

  • Light sensitivity

  • Painful eyes when trying to use a computer or digital device

  • Dry, itchy or irritated eyes

Our team will be able to perform a Neurolens® measurement test – a short assessment which will determine how misaligned your eyes are and what contoured prism prescription is needed to relieve your symptoms.

Neurolens® lenses can be placed into virtually any frames, enabling patients to continue to enjoy clear vision while maintaining their own style.

Feel free to fill out our Neurolens Questionnaire below and we'll reach back out to you!

Patient Details

How often do you experience any of these symptoms? Choose the applicable option.


  • You get headaches of any severity each week (even just a dull ache counts).

  • Your headaches tend to get worse later in the day.

Stiffness / pain in neck / shoulders

You experience stiffness/tension in your neck/shoulders when you work at a computer or read (this might even be from your posture).

Discomfort with Computer Use

You experience stiffness/tension in your neck/shoulders when you work at a computer or read (this might even be from your posture).

Tired Eyes

Your eyes feel increasingly fatigued/tired as the day goes on.

Dry Eye Sensation

Your eyes progressively feel more dry/sandy/gritty while working at the computer or reading.

Light Sensitivity

Bright / Strong lights (vehicle headlights, florescent lights etc.) bother you.


You experience dizziness, motion sickness, or vertigo.

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