Neurolens tells us about their prescription lenses that add a contoured prism to bring the eyes into alignment and how Dr. Timothy Fries helps his patient using the Neurolens system. Aric Plumley, Chief Technology Officer at Neurolens, goes through many of the great details that compromise the Neurolens technology.
Contoured prism has been shown in studies to relieve the headaches, neck/shoulder pain and eyestrain that many patients experience when using digital devices, reading or doing detail work. Enjoy!
In This Episode:
[5:22] What makes Neurolens different than other lens manufacturers?
[8:24] What is Neurolens?
[10:41] Why Dr. Fries decided to be an Eye Doctor?
[14:13] What’s Neurolens aiming to do in the market place?
[22:25] Why Dr. Fries buy the Neurolens system?
[26:21] Dr. Fries share his thought about vision therapy.
[28:30] Why should we try Neurolens?
[37:40] How much does Neurolens system cost?
[44:04] How and where the lenses are made of?
[1:00:18] How does symptom relief compare to VT?
[1:05:44] Does Neurolens provide a trial?
[1:06:59] What kind of terms do Neurolens have if you buy it?
[1:09:35] How Dr. Fries deal with multiple pair sales?
[1:12:14] How big is the equipment and how to verify the lenses?
[1:14:25] Dr. Fries shares a story about how Neurolens help his patient.
About The Guest:
Timothy D. Fries, O.D.
Dr. Fries completed his undergraduate studies at The Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology He received his Doctor of Optometry in 2004 from The Ohio State University College of Optometry where he graduated cum laude and was inducted into two international optometric honor societies. He is currently pursuing his MBA from the University of Illinois. Dr. Fries completed many external rotations focused on ocular disease and primary eye care. He also has extensive experience in geriatric and nursing home eye care and has spent time as a Clinical Instructor at The Ohio State University College of Optometry with a focus on fitting contact lenses. Dr. Fries currently serves as an Associate Professor of Clinical Practice at Ohio State, and Optique Family Vision Care serves as a training site for future optometrists.
Dr. Fries was appointed by Governor Ted Strickland to the State of Ohio Optical Dispensers Board in 2007, where he serves as the only optometrist. His term will expire in 2017. He also serves on the Epsilon Psi Epsilon Optometric Fraternity Alumni Board and is a member of the American Optometric Association and the Ohio Optometric Association. He lectures nationally on new and emerging technologies in eyecare.
In his free time Dr. Fries enjoys traveling, watching Ohio State Athletics and the Cincinnati Reds, playing golf and listening to music. His favorite place to travel is Ireland and his favorite band is U2. He and his wife, Cheryl also enjoy spending time with their two children, Phoebe and Deacon.