DIZZINESS, VERTIGO AND BALANCE CLINICS
Vesticam2 IR Goggles improve patient care
When your patient presents with impaired balance, dizziness or vertigo, a timely and confident clinical judgement is vital. Vesticam2 Infrared Goggles enable you to record eye movement during a range of bedside vestibular tests, so you can make more reliable and well-informed clinical decisions.
Whether you are a vestibular clinician, neuro physiotherapist or a sports physio with training in vestibular rehabilitation, the ability to test, analyse and make clinical judgements right in your office lets you efficiently and professionally offer the best patient care and management strategies.
VESTICAM2: THE RIGHT CHOICE FOR VESTIBULAR CLINICS
Vesticam2 is an affordable way to improve your in-clinic testing for patients with dizziness, vertigo and balance problems. Quickly establish patient care plans and improve your feedback to referring GPs or specialists. Reduce unnecessary, expensive external testing, and know when referring on or further review is needed.
Your patient wants answers quickly, and so do you. Vesticam2 takes one minute to set up and bedside tests to supplement your full assessment can take less than 5 minutes to perform and review. With a speedy, more confident clinical assessment, you can help patients start managing their symptoms today.
Research has demonstrated that video frenzel goggles like Vesticam2 significantly increase a clinician’s confidence in their own clinical judgement and are an important tool for any clinician seeing patients with dizziness or vertigo.
IDENTIFY RED FLAGS
Use of Vesticam2, with its internal fixation light, assists in differentiation between peripheral and central problems and records eye movement during other tests for vestibular red flags.
SHARE WITH PEERS
Many vestibular clinicians work on their own. Vesticam2 recordings are easy to share digitally with peers, enabling a quick second opinion if needed.
Vesticam2 Goggles are a cost-effective way to increase trust in your clinic and add to its vestibular testing capabilities.