Image00061Here at Millennium Ophthalmology, we are proud to help patients with heterophoria.

Vertical heterophoria is a binocular vision disorder that happens when your eyes are misaligned. Even just the smallest deformity can make you strain your eyes. Your eye muscles can be overused, giving you headaches and, at times, dizziness.

Vertical heterophoria can make you just not feel quite right. You may have frequent headaches or periods of headaches. These can be brought on by standing up too fast, moving your head, and standing up after you have been bent over.

Many struggle to ride in the car. You may also have trouble when the car is turning and also when others fly past you. Some people who suffer from this disease also complain about being nauseous.

People with vertical heterophoria are often misdiagnosed with different diseases such as migraine problems, MS, inner ear problems, and many others.

If you think that you may heterophoria and would like to get some help, don’t hesitate to contact us today at (516) 371-1550.