Pain in, around or behind the eyes, especially in patients who also suffer from headaches, are rarely a result of a problem with the eyes themselves.
If you suffer from eye pain, you should certainly see an eye doctor. However, if your physician cannot find the source, it is very likely that we can help.
Click here for information on the successful treatment of chronic eye pain, or if the eye appears to be normal but still hurts.
“Eye socket pain and pressure in my ears were constant and really the worst. I had other symptoms but I don’t even remember them anymore. I used to have to lie down all the time, but my energy is back. I want to take out all of the doctors and staff here. They’re all my friends now.” - Christine M.
“Eye pain and dizziness kept me from reading, driving, watching TV, and practically any normal daily functions, until I came here. I’m a new person now that it’s gone.
All the doctors and staff here are outstanding. Everyone is really warm and friendly and genuinely concerned. The contrast to other doctors’ offices I’ve been to where no one even talks to you is ridiculous.” - Susan P.
“I feel like a different person after coming here because the eye, ear, and face pain, and dizziness are all gone. It’s a good thing I listened to my neurologist when he referred me here. Everyone here is great. Everyone is so kind.” - Ilana G.
Phone consultations with professionals are welcome, or click here to contact us. Dr. Klemons and our staff would love to meet you in person. Call 732-727-5000
Patients for eye pain and headache relief are referred to us by physicians, dentists, chiropractors, psychologists, physical therapists and other professionals. However, many of our patients are referred by former patients or based on their own decision without the need for a referral.