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Vertigo or Dizziness
Sree Colony, Dr A.S. Rao Nagar,

Over 6 Crore Indians Suffer Vertigo
Are you one of them?

Are You Suffering From :
Dizziness
Trouble in Balancing
Spinning
From Fear of Falling
Recurrent Falls
Headaches With Imbalance
Difficulty in Focussing During Head Movement

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You could be at risk of more than 50 disorders

VIDEONYSTAGMOGRAPHY (VNG)

NeuroEquilibriumn Videonystagmography (VNG) is the most accurate, non-invasive, reliable and affordable system for evaluating the eye movement during vestibular and oculomotor tests. It evaluates peripheral and central vestibular functions through the following protocols:

Spontaneous nystagmus with and without optic fixation
Gaze evoked nystagmus
Saccades – Random Target Movement
Smooth tracking — with varying frequencies
Optokinetic test
Head shaking test
Caloric test Positional testing, including Dix-Hallpike test. McClure’s test, Supine & deep head hanging
Valsalva, hyperventilation & vibration-induced nystagmus
Skew deviation

CRANIOCORPOGRAPHY (CCG)

CCG is a neuro-otological investigation to evaluate vestibulospinal reflex, which is responsible for maintenance Of balance during gait testing. The protocols evaluated include:

Romberg test
Tandem walking
Unterberger’s / Fukuda test

WATER CALORIC IRRIGATOR

Water Caloric Irrigator is used with VNG for caloric testing and provides water at specified flow and fixed temperatures.

SUBJECTIVE VISUAL VERTICAL (SVV)

evaluates the Otolith system. Which is responsible for perception of verticality. Static and Dynamic SW are important to:

Assess otolithic disorders
Assess chronic dizziness
Differentiate peripheral from central vestibular
Decide side of peripheral vestibular insult during the acute stage
Diagnose compensated vestibular disorders
Assess effect Of rehabilitation in vertigo patients

COMPUTERIZED DYNAMIC VISUAL ACUITY

DVA assesses the ability Of the subject to maintain the image on the fovea of the retina. This function is carried out by the Vestibulo-Ocular
Reflex (VOR). Defective VOR results in slippage of image from the fovea resulting in blurring Of vision and oscillopsia; this is detected by OVA. It is used for:

Earty detection Of vestibulotoxicity
Detection Of bilateral peripheral vestibulopathy
Rehabilitation tool
Assessing outcome Of rehabilitation

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