Computerized Dynamic Posturography (CDP) Testing

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What is a Computerized Dynamic Posturography Sensory organization test?

Computerized Dynamic Posturography (CDP) testing is a technique used to assess underlying sensory and motor control impairments associated with balance disorders. 

How long does a posturography test take?

Posturogrophy is a neat and easy test.  No wires, gels, or cameras are needed.  You just step on the plate, put on a safety harness, and try to stand up.  A full “Equitest” Takes only about 20 minutes.

What is posturography used for?

Posturography is a method for quantifying balance.  This testing consists of measuring sway while standing on a stable platform and also with tilt or linear displacement of the platform, both with eyes open and eyes closed, and also with movement of the visual surround.