Video-oculography(VOG) uses a special set of goggles with infrared cameras that record various eye movements. We use our VOG to assess and measure:

  • Your eye’s ability to stay steady with and without a point of reference
  • Maintain focus on a target (gaze stability)
  • Follow a moving target (smooth pursuits)
  • Move quickly between targets (saccades)
  • The reflexive response to a moving target as it passes by(optokinetic reflex)

The visual system is the window to the brain and is closely related to global brain function. Following a concussion or mild traumatic brain injury, we typically see changes in the different types of eye movements.

Click below to watch Dr. Ala review a VOG.

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