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Rocky Mountain Optical and Vision Care is now offering Neurolens, a specialty lens designed to help eye misalignment.

Neurolens works by using a contoured prism design to correct eye misalignment naturally and provide comfortable vision.

The number of people who experience the symptoms of eye misalignment is growing every day as remote work and school become more common. This issue can cause painful symptoms even in non-severe cases, and include dry eye sensation, motion sickness, eye fatigue, headaches, eye strain, and neck pain. Small prism corrections can provide relief to these symptoms.

Find out if you are a candidate for Neurolens by taking the Neurolens Assessment.