Physicians now have the ability to be proactive. VNG testing allows the modern physician to make an accurate diagnosis for patients complaining of dizziness, imbalance, unsteadiness and/or vertigo. Differentiating between peripheral and central nervous system disorders is crucial when determining the proper course of treatment for their patients.
Video NystaGmography (VNG) is a non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical technology that provides an objective diagnosis of the cause of dizziness, unsteadiness, vertigo and other balance disorders using normative data. Because it provides an objective measurement of the patient's progress, it can also be used to determine the effectiveness of treatments for balance disorders.Read More
A Comprehensive Program
Research reveals that intervention programs are most effective when they are designed to reach those at greatest risk of falling.Read More
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A National Problem
Serious injuries from falls related to dizziness, vertigo, disequilibrium and balance disorders have become a national problem.Read More
Interpra was designed to provide users of VNG equipment manufactured by MEDTRAK VNG, INC. with interpretation narrative drafts and fully reviewed finalized narrative reports for their VNG tests.Read More
MedTrak VNG, Inc. is the United States National Distributor of both the Varioair (utilizing air) and Variotherm (utilizing water) Calorisator ear irrigation systems.Read More
REHAB AND TREATMENT
Physical Therapy is commonly the therapeutic intervention of choice for most vestibular disorders. Therapeutic Intervention: Rehabilitation Testing and Treatment.Read More