People who work at computers daily often assume awkward posture in order to position their eyes so they can perform their work often resulting in computer vision syndrome. Bi-focals and progressive lenses do not provide optimal intermediate vision for small environments so can actually contribute to the problem.
Symptoms of CVS included blurred vision, dry or irritated eyes, headaches and neck/back aches. Office lenses can help with symptoms of CVS by providing edge to edge visibility for spaces up to 13 feet.
Benefits of office lenses:
- Optimal intermediate vision
- Visibly distortion free lenses
- Designed with EyePoint technology®
- Provides wide, clear, near and intermediate vision
McFarland Clinic ophthalmologists and optometrists can help diagnose CVS and provide a prescription for office lenses.
The McFarland Clinic optical department maintains a broad selection of frames in a variety of styles and price ranges. Our opticians are trained to help you select a frame that fits properly, looks attractive and is appropriate for your prescription. Be sure and ask the optician for the latest lens technology that will enhance your look and your vision.
Our contact lens department provides our patients with advanced contact lens fitting and care for almost all refractive problems, including nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism and presbyopia (need for bifocals).
McFarland Clinic offers eye care in many communities. To find a clinic close to you call one of the following McFarland Clinic locations:
- Boone Eye Center – (515) 432-5550
- Duff Avenue Eye Center – (515) 239-4774
- Marshalltown Main Street Office – (641) 753-5585
- Nevada Eye Center – (515) 382-4626
- West Ames Eye Center – (515) 663-4833
To view the selection of frames and contact lenses available, visit the McFarland Clinic Eye Wear Department.