The Insight Infrared Video Goggles are intended for viewing and recording eye movements in support of identifying vestibular disorders in patients. The device is intended for use only by a trained healthcare professional in an appropriate healthcare setting. This device provides no diagnoses nor does it provide diagnostic recommendations. The target population is 12+ years of age.
Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) caused by crystals out of place in inner ear
Meniere’s Disease – Vertigo, tinnitus (ringing in ears), and hearing loss due to intermittent swelling in the inner ear
Vestibular Neuritis or Labyrinthitis – Dizziness and/or hearing loss due to viral infection in inner ear
Acoustica Neuroma – Vestibular Schwannoma is caused by tumor affecting vestibular nerve
Labyrinthine Infarction – Dizziness and hearing loss due to a clot blocking blood flow to inner ear structures
Post-Stroke and Central Disorders – Brain-related causes of dizziness
Visual Vertigo – Dizziness provoked by visually-complex static environments
Post-Concussive Syndrome (PCS) – Caused by trauma to the brain
Vestibular Migraine – Migraine Associated Vertigo (MAV)
Motion Sensitivity – Nausea or dizziness caused by self or visual motion in the environment
What are Infrared Video Goggles?
Invisible infrared lights can illuminate the eyes of a patient suffering from vertigo and provide a differential diagnosis between central and peripheral vestibular disorders. Learn more how our Infrared Video Goggles can help a vestibular rehabilitation researcher diagnose and review treatment options for patients suffering from vertigo.