Custom Computer Glasses at Eyewear Gallery Memphis Tennessee!

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Do you spend hours upon hours staring at the computer screen during your modern work day? Americans are spending more time than ever diligently working on the computer for hours during a work day and are consequently suffering from problems such as dry eyes, neck pain, eye strain and fatigue.

You may suffer from Computer Vision Syndrome, symptoms include blurred vision, double vision, dry eyes, irritated eyes, headaches, and neck pain. Research has shown that 50% – 90% of people who work on the computer during the day experience some symptoms of eye trouble or discomfort.

The Eyewear Gallery and Dr. Warren Johnson in Memphis, Tennessee have a solution for you — Custom Computer Glasses! The Eyewear Gallery custom fits Computer Glasses that are tailored to meet the needs during the modern workday and can include tailormade zones to account for varying distances in your workstation. The custom computer glasses can be fit with a bifocal or a regular prescription that functions to give the user the correct amount of magnification while working on the computer and allow you to work more comfortably and productively through the day. The custom computer lenses will allow the patient to continue working on the computer to complete necessary tasks, without having to strain their neck to find the “sweet spot”. Eyewear Gallery computer lenses also help alleviate eye fatigue and has been known to eliminate headaches caused by the rapid flicker pattern on the computer screen.

For those who suffer from dry, itchy eyes while staring at the computer screen – Dr. Johnson has developed treatment plans of care that address those problems specifically to allow the patient to work more comfortably throughout the workday. These treatment plans include preservative free topical eye drops that can only be prescribed by a doctor, punctal plugs and other treatments.

For Questions about Computer Vision Syndrome or Dry Eyes, call The Eyewear Gallery, 428 Perkins Ext. Memphis, TN 38117. 901-763-2020

http://www.TheEyewearGallery.com

Dr. Warren Johnson | Dr. Do Nguyen | Dr. Burt Bodan

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One Response to Custom Computer Glasses at Eyewear Gallery Memphis Tennessee!

  1. Caryl Anne says:

    Great post! I had no idea there were computer glasses available. I’ll have to keep these in mind for my job that’s for sure! Thanks for sharing!

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