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Male patient performing subjective visual vertical test in rotary chair

How to test otolith function

23 February 2021
For many years, we have used the term ‘vestibular function testing’ with the implication that we are testing the entire ve...
Female physical therapist performing advanced Dix-Hallpike test on male patient

2 ways to improve posterior canal BPPV diagnosis

15 February 2021
It can often be very difficult to diagnose posterior canal BPPV when relying on two-dimensional graphs that only show hori...
Female patient in the Bertec CDP system with grocery scene in virtual reality

From NASA to computerized dynamic posturography (CDP)

14 December 2020
What is computerized dynamic posturography (CDP)? Computerized dynamic posturography (CDP) is a scientific framework for ...
Woman in TRV Chair wearing VNG goggles

The utility of the TRV Chair in BPPV patients

07 December 2020
The TRV Chair lends itself toward the diagnosis and treatment of Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV), which is one...
Man wearing VNG goggles

Video-oculography in neurological patients

23 November 2020
Dr. João Lemos, Neurologist and Neuro-Ophthalmologist, sees a broad range of neurological patients and has done so for 15 ...
Glen Zielinski pointing at eye images in VNG software

Oculomotor testing in functional neurology

16 November 2020
According to Dr. Glen Zielinski, DC, DACNB, FACFN, oculomotor testing is by far the most effective means to quantify the f...
Girl in vestibular rotary chair wearing VNG goggles

An introduction to rotary chair testing

09 November 2020
Rotary chair testing is one among many tests of vestibular function. We've put this article together to give you a thorou...
Woman wearing vHIT goggles

Discover the power of vestibular testing

11 September 2020
Are you keen to learn more about the benefits of vestibular testing? We have gathered some content that will enhance your ...
Female clinician closing door to rotary chair booth with male patient sitting inside

Subjective visual vertical: A novel approach to otolith assessment

09 September 2020
What is the subjective visual vertical (SVV) test? The subjective visual vertical (SVV) test is a method to test an indiv...

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