Aside from the bedside neurological examination, our advanced diagnostic technology, such as videonystagmography (VNG), saccadometry, and comprehensive assessment of postural systems (CAPS) allows us to quantify the function of the brain through the vestibular ocular motor system. MRI and CT scans, although very useful to evaluate for space occupying lesions, are negative for the vast majority of mild traumatic brain injury patients despite the persistence of symptoms. The patient’s findings from our diagnostic tests are compared to normative data, thereby yielding areas of potential malfunction in the brain. This objective data is not only useful to help determine and monitor care, but also has been proven to be useful in insurance and medical legal cases.
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