What is Goggle Guided Vestibular and Ocular Rehabilitation?

Use of infrared goggles and computer assisted imaging allows Dr. Nadeau to precisely observe eye movements leading to more accurate diagnoses and appropriate treatment for patients with dizziness.

When the vestibular system is faulty, abnormal eye movements (defined as nystagmus if they have slow and fast components) often result. Observing abnormal eye movements can differentiate between benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV or crystals out of place in the inner ear), vestibular nerve damage, concussion, stroke, or other vestibular conditions. Accurate diagnosis leads to the most appropriate and effect treatment options tailored to the needs of the patient.


Infrared goggle-guided rehabilitation

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