VNG (Videoelectronystagmography) is designed to test inner ear and central motor functions. VNG measures the movements of the eyes directly through infrared cameras and is considered to be more accurate, consistent, and comfortable for the patient.
The technique commonly referred to in the clinical literature as Computerized Dynamic Posturography (CDP) was developed though a series of basic research studies on human movement control, which were funded by the National Institutes of Health and NASA in the 1960's and 1970's.
Vestibular Auto-Rotation Test (VAT®) is an 18 second sinusoidal head-turn test of the horizontal and vertical visual-vestibulo-ocular response (VVOR) for the diagnosis, treatment planning, and monitoring of patients with dizziness, balance and mobility problems associated with vestibular disease.
The Omniax, available at our Las Vegas location, was designed to precisely align the semicircular canal being treated to be parallel with gravitational pull of the earth allowing maximum force to reposition the particles (calcium crystals) quickly and efficiently.