Computer Vision Treatment

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Excessive use of computers, tablets, smartphones, and other digital devices can lead to eye problems caused by computer vision syndrome. If you rely on digital devices for your livelihood, you’re at greater risk of developing this eye condition. At Engle Eyewear Inc. in Wilkes Barre, PA, we offer practical solutions to managing computer vision syndrome to reduce eye strain and protect your sight.

Symptoms of Computer Vision Syndrome

Symptoms of computer vision syndrome can vary from patient to patient, depending on the severity of the condition. Some common signs of computer vision syndrome include:

  • Eyestrain
  • Blurred vision
  • Red, irritated eyes
  • Dry, scratchy eyes
  • Headaches or migraines
  • Neck or shoulder pain due to poor posture when using digital devices

Discussing your symptoms with Dr. Helen Chandoha-Knott, your Wilkes Barre optometrist, is the first step to effectively treating computer vision syndrome. 

Diagnosis and Treatment of Computer Vision Syndrome

Computer vision can be easily diagnosed during an eye exam. A comprehensive eye exam at our optometry clinic will uncover problems with your visual clarity as well as symptoms of eye conditions and diseases. That’s why routine eye care is so important. Through routine optometry care, our eye doctor can diagnose and treat vision problems in their early stages before they cause permanent damage to your sight.

Fortunately, computer vision symptoms like eye strain, blurred vision, headaches, and migraines are not permanent. They can be managed by using digital devices wisely. This includes limiting your time on computers, tablets, etc., and taking frequent breaks when using them to rest your eyes. Adjusting your computer screen to a comfortable level and adjusting your lighting to minimize glare will also help in managing your symptoms.

Vision Exams and Blue Light Lens Glasses

Routine vision exams are important to ensure you have optimal sight. Through annual vision exams, your Wilkes Barre eye doctor, Dr. Helen Chandoha-Knott, can detect vision problems as they arise to obtain corrective glasses to improve your sight. If you use digital screens frequently, our optician may recommend getting prescription blue light lenses to protect your eyes from blue light. If you don’t need prescription eyewear, our optician can guide you to nonprescription blue light glasses to reduce eye strain caused by excessive use of digital devices. Our designer luxury eyewear is some of the best in the industry to ensure you get the most from your eyeglass investment.  

See Our Wilkes Barre Optometrist for Help with Computer Vision

From quality eye care services to luxury eyewear, Engle Eyewear Inc. is your one-stop location for all your eye care needs. To schedule an appointment with our Wilkes Barre optometrist, contact us today at 570-208-1111.

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