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    Just curious - Neurolens seems to have taken off significantly more, additional science & studies seem to substantiate the claims, and the reviews by initially skeptical patients are high. So has anyone else who was skeptical at first since adopted a different position over the past few years on the actual efficacy of this product/method?


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    Quote Originally Posted by brucekrymow View Post
    Just curious - Neurolens seems to have taken off significantly more, additional science & studies seem to substantiate the claims, and the reviews by initially skeptical patients are high. So has anyone else who was skeptical at first since adopted a different position over the past few years on the actual efficacy of this product/method?
    No.

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    The fundamentals are still the fundamentals.

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    $39K for the machine that measures this lens........

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    Neurolens is primarily going to be for doctors that do vision therapy. If you do, then it's worth the investment, both for you and your patients. As someone who suffers from motion tracking issues due to previous concussions (yay sports), Neurolens has helped a lot. The doctor I worked for referred me to a colleague for it, but I waited until we actually got it in the office. (I felt way more comfortable having him do it than anyone else.) It's not going to be for everyone, and it's certainly not for offices that don't do any vision therapy. But for those of us who have issues that aren't solved even with normal prism (and unless I'm making the lenses myself I'm a bit hesitant to have someone else make my prism lenses,) these can help immensely.

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