SOURCE: ChromaGen Vision

December 14, 2011 14:04 ET

ChromaGen Technology Now Available Throughout Los Angeles

New Treatment for Visual Reading Disorders and Color Deficiency Being Prescribed to LA Families at 15 Eye Care Locations

PHILADELPHIA, PA--(Marketwire - Dec 14, 2011) - ChromaGen Vision today announced that ChromaGen™ lenses, aids for visual reading disorders often associated with dyslexia and an optical corrective solution for color deficiency, more commonly known as color blindness, are now available at 15 optometry practices in the greater Los Angeles area.

"ChromaGen lenses are truly life-changing," said Ted Edwards, CEO of ChromaGen. "We have seen our technology help individuals of all ages overcome reading challenges and improve their overall quality of life at work, school and home. We are excited to be able to offer ChromaGen technology to families throughout the Los Angeles metropolitan area."

The prescription-only ChromaGen lenses, which are available as eyeglasses or contacts, have been shown to radically improve symptoms of visual reading disorders and color blindness in patients of all ages instantly and without side effects. ChromaGen works by re-synchronizing and selectively changing the wavelength of light entering the eyes, which is the cause of many of the symptoms associated with visual reading disorders and color blindness. The technology can help people of all ages who are suffering from the following symptoms:

  • Double vision when reading
  • Blurry, irregular or moving text when reading
  • Shifting words or letters, or moving spacing between lines when reading
  • Loss of focus, headaches, nausea and fatigue when reading
  • Color blindness or color deficiency

ChromaGen lenses are only available through specially-trained eye care professionals. Because the lenses work instantly, patients know before leaving the eye doctor's office if ChromaGen can help their symptoms.

ChromaGen lenses have already dramatically improved the lives of people in Los Angeles and surrounding areas. The patented technology is now available at the following practice locations:

  • 20/10 Vision Care (Altadena)
  • Dr. Paul Blaze (Huntington Beach)
  • Dr. Karen Chao (San Gabriel)
  • Dr. Vivian Jensen (San Gabriel)
  • Dr. Jonathan Gording Optometry (Los Angeles)
  • Dr. Kauser Sharieff (Orange, Santa Ana, Yorba Linda)
  • Family Vision Care Optometry (Valencia)
  • Jackman Optometry (Orange)
  • Julie Berg Ryan, OD (Irvine)
  • Sea View Optometric Center (Long Beach)
  • South Coast Optometry (Costa Mesa)
  • Vision Development Center (Laguna Hills)
  • Yang Optometric Center (Anaheim Hills)

For more information or to view a complete listing of provider locations, visit ChromaGen's website www.ireadbetternow.com. While there, you also can access a seven-question survey to determine if you or a loved one may benefit from ChromaGen technology.

ChromaGen eyeglasses and contacts have been cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and can be prescribed as a colored filter to aid individuals who experience reading discomfort and to enhance color discrimination in patients with color vision deficiencies.

About ChromaGen
ChromaGen™ is a life changing aid for visual reading disorders often associated with dyslexia and an optical corrective solution for color deficiency (more commonly known as color blindness). ChromaGen provides dramatic results immediately with no side effects or invasive procedures. The lenses can be incorporated into any existing prescription. ChromaGen has been cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and has patent protection that runs through 2028. For more information about ChromaGen, please visit www.ireadbetternow.com.

Contact Information

  • Contact:
    ChromaGen
    148 W. State Street
    Suite 305
    Kennett Square, PA 19348
    855-473-2323