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One of the many testing Hope Neurological & Medical Services performs is objectified TBI testing. To know more about this testing, call our clinic today.


VNG stands for videonystagmography, a series of tests that evaluate the health of your inner ear and central motor function. VNG testing can uncover the root cause of your vertigo, dizziness, or balance issues and allow your doctor or audiologist to treat it appropriately and effectively. VNG testing consists of various tests to uncover the root cause of your symptoms. Most VNG evaluations consist of four main tests:

  • Ocular Mobility
  • Optokinetic Nystagmus
  • Positional Nystagmus
  • Caloric Vestibular

Testing Vertigo, dizziness, and balance problems can be life-altering. It can affect many people’s ability to do even the simplest daily tasks. If you are experiencing vertigo or balance issues, your doctor may want to refer you for a VNG balance evaluation.


A VNG is an important diagnostic tool in diagnosing balance, dizziness, and light-headedness conditions. It consists of a series of tests performed by having the patient wear a pair of infrared goggles. During the session, patients will be following objects with their eyes while the device measures for appropriate eye movements. A VNG can tell a neurologist the cause of balance issues. It tests for inner ear problems in each ear and general motor functionality.


Call our local clinic at (404) 631-6156 to request an appointment for our VNG Testing. 

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