Evaluation

The evaluation takes about 60 minutes and may include seven standardized tests that when used together gives a comprehensive profile of the individual’s status or progress through recovery. A full computer-generated report with test description and normative data, results and recommendations is provided.

  • Clinical Test of Sensory Integration of Balance (CTSIB): Evaluates balance-vestibular function under static and dynamic surface with and without vision.
  • Dynamic Gait Index (DGI): Evaluates balance during active ambulation with specific activities and challenges.
  • Saccadic Eye Movement: 2-camera video-goggles and software allows precise computerized measurement of accuracy and timing of coordinated binocular eye movements.
  • AIB Computerized Dynamic Visual Acuity Test: Based on research from N.A.S.A., and developed at AIB, ittests for blurred or double vision during active head movement. All branches of the U.S. military have used this test.

 

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  • IMPACT: This well recognized test is used by most major collegeand professional teams and head trauma centers. It evaluates concentration in a funcomputer-based game.
  • Vestibular Rotation Test: Evaluates the function of the vestibule-ocular reflex (VOR) which controls coordination of head and eye movement.
  • Provoked Vertigo Test: Evaluates for Benign Paroxysmal Positioning Vertigo (BPPV), a common, but easily treated condition following even mild head bumps.