Computerized dynamic posturography (CDP) is a clinical technology that collects and analyzes force and motion data from a force plate. It enables you to address how your patient with a balance impairment uses sensory information to maintain balance. This includes vision, proprioception and the vestibular system. Computerized dynamic posturography (CDP) can also identify which of these sensory inputs might be causing the dizziness or related symptoms.
Immersive virtual reality (VR) is a proven method of rehabilitating patients with dizziness or related symptoms. CDP/IVR™ creates an immersive virtual environment, such as a three-dimensional supermarket. This provides the patient with an immersive experience in a controlled clinical setting. Virtual reality (VR) allows for vestibular rehabilitation in virtual worlds that resemble daily life.
Computerized dynamic posturography (CDP) can document functional impairments against normative data. Following, this technology can measure the progress as the patient gradually improves through the rehabilitation process.
Immersive virtual reality (VR) offers real-life experiences for patients at any level. The immersion and interactivity can improve the patient's experience and thereby their rehabilitation. Immersive VR is also capable of stimulating peripheral vision, which is a critical component of visual spatial processing for orientation.
CDP/IVR™ uses a force plate to measure changes in pressure. It is thus indicative of postural control. The dynamic function is provided through force-plate rotation, forward and backward translation and visual perturbation. The software contains standardized protocols for an objective assessment of the functional impairment and the following rehabilitation.
CDP/IVR™ comes with standardized assessment protocols. This is important when comparing test results with age-based normative data, which is included in the system.