This post shows us how we test to see if there is an ocular or eye muscle problem using convergence or 'crossing our eyes'. Both eyes need to work together and this test will tell us if this is happening or if there is a problem.
This video shows an evaluation, treatment and re-evaluation with imaging of a gentleman suffering from vertigo or BPPV.
Here is a step by step video on the left Epley maneuver.
If you are suffering from vertigo or dizziness one type of vertigo can be related to the movement of crystals in our inner ear. This is called Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo or BPPV. This type of dizziness feels like the room is spinning.
This video reviews the different tests to check for vertigo or BPPV. The most sensitive and currently best test is video oculography. A correct diagnosis of BPPV improves the success of treatment.
Here is a video that discusses vertigo or what we call Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV).