Do you have patients with BVD symptoms (headache, dizziness, anxiety, motion sickness, nausea, neck pain, ADHD, learning / reading challenges, gait imbalance and light sensitivity) that just aren’t improving with traditional treatments?
Watch this video to learn about BVD, and how treatment of the subtle vision misalignment with micro-prism eyeglass lenses has impacted your colleagues and their patients:
- Binocular vision dysfunction (BVD) is the umbrella term used for any form of vision misalignment.
- Those with gross vision misalignment experience diplopia, while those with subtle misalignments usually don’t – instead they tend to experience headache, dizziness, anxiety, motion sickness, nausea, neck pain, ADHD, learning / reading challenges, gait imbalance and light sensitivity.
- Current research is demonstrating that subtle misalignments are very common, impacting at least 10% of the population.
- When the subtle misalignments are treated with realigning prismatic lenses, the average patient reports an 80% reduction of symptoms.
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