Vestibular First London Infrared Video Goggles2024-04-18T17:17:58+00:00

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Infrared Video Goggles that revolutionise diagnosis of balance and eye disorders

Discover the power of Infrared Video Goggles in diagnosing vestibular and ocular motor disorders. Explore their versatile applications in healthcare and learn how they help assess conditions like BPPV, Vestibular Neuritis, Meniere’s Disease, and more. Vestibular First (infrared video goggles) are specialised medical devices used to assess and diagnose vestibular and ocular motor disorders. These disorders can affect an individual’s balance, eye movement, and coordination, often leading to symptoms such as dizziness, vertigo, and difficulty focusing. Infrared video goggles are a valuable tool in understanding and evaluating these conditions.

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Here’s how they work:

Infrared Technology: These goggles use infrared light to track and record eye movements with precision, capturing even subtle motions that may not be visible to the naked eye.

Recording Eye Movements: Equipped with small infrared cameras near the eyes, these goggles capture eye movements in response to visual stimuli, head movements, and positional changes.

Diagnostic Process: During assessments, patients wear goggles while undergoing tests like tracking moving objects and focusing on stationary targets. The goggles record eye movements for analysis by healthcare professionals.

Analysis and Diagnosis: Recorded eye movement data is analysed to detect patterns or irregularities, aiding in the diagnosis of vestibular and ocular motor disorders such as nystagmus and gaze instability.

Prices

Screening Duration Price
Vestibular First  30 Minutes £40

What conditions can be diagnosed with Vestibular First

Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV): BPPV is a common inner ear disorder characterised by brief episodes of vertigo triggered by changes in head position. Infrared video goggles can help diagnose a specific type of BPPV by tracking abnormal eye movements (nystagmus) during specific head movements.

Vestibular Neuritis: This condition involves inflammation of the vestibular nerve, leading to severe dizziness, imbalance, and vertigo. Infrared video goggles can assist in tracking eye movements that are affected by the compromised vestibular system.

Meniere’s Disease: Meniere’s disease is characterised by recurring episodes of vertigo, hearing loss, and tinnitus (ringing in the ears). Infrared video goggles can aid in assessing eye movements during and after vertigo attacks.

Migraine-Associated Vertigo (MAV): Some migraines can cause vertigo and disturbances in eye movements. Infrared video goggles can help identify these patterns and contribute to a proper diagnosis.

Central Nervous System Disorders: Infrared video goggles can also assist in evaluating disorders that affect the central nervous system, such as multiple sclerosis or brainstem tumours, which may result in abnormal eye movements.

Ocular Motor Disorders: In addition to vestibular conditions, infrared video goggles can be used to diagnose and assess ocular motor disorders that affect eye movement coordination, such as strabismus (crossed eyes) or nystagmus.

Concussion and Traumatic Brain Injury: Infrared video goggles can play a role in evaluating and tracking changes in eye movements that occur as a result of concussions or traumatic brain injuries.

Pre- and Post-Surgical Assessment: Before and after surgeries involving the vestibular system or ocular motor function, infrared video goggles can be used to monitor changes in eye movement and coordination.

Balance and Gait Disorders: Infrared video goggles can aid in understanding how vestibular and visual input contribute to balance and gait disorders, providing insights for rehabilitation strategies.

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At a Glance

Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)

Vestibular Neuritis

Meniere’s Disease

Migraine-Associated Vertigo (MAV)

Central Nervous System Disorders

Ocular Motor Disorders

Concussion and Traumatic Brain Injury

Pre- and Post-Surgical Assessment

Balance and Gait Disorders

Duration

Screening & Consultation – 30 minutes

The Patient Journey

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)

Who can benefit from Vestibular First?2023-09-07T15:07:27+00:00

Vestibular First is beneficial for individuals of all ages who experience vestibular disorders or issues related to balance and coordination. Whether the condition is recent or long-standing, the program can be tailored to address various levels of impairment.

How long does the rehabilitation process take?2023-09-07T15:08:08+00:00

The duration of the rehabilitation process with Vestibular First varies based on the severity of the condition and the individual’s response to treatment. Some people may experience improvements within a few weeks, while others might require several months of consistent effort.

Is Vestibular First a substitute for medical treatment?2023-09-07T15:08:38+00:00

No, Vestibular First is not a substitute for medical treatment. It is a complementary approach that works alongside medical interventions. Individuals with vestibular disorders should consult with their healthcare providers to determine the most appropriate course of action.

Can Vestibular First prevent falls in older adults?2023-09-07T15:09:10+00:00

Yes, Vestibular First can contribute to fall prevention in older adults by enhancing balance, coordination, and overall vestibular function. This can help reduce the risk of falls, especially in individuals with vestibular disorders or age-related balance issues.

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