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You will be sitting with either video goggle over your face or with surface electrodes placed around your eyes. First, you will be asked to follow moving lights while your eye movements are recorded. Second, you will be asked to move into a few different body positions while on an exam table. During the last part of the test, a mild stream of warm and cool air is delivered to your ear canal for a brief time while you are lying down. This does not cause discomfort, but it is normal to feel a sense of movement for a minute or two with this stimulation. See it in action.

Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potential (VEMP)

VEMP testing evaluates the saccule of the inner ear and the inferior vestibular nerve. Electrodes are attached to the forehead and neck and earphones are placed in ears. While listening to a series of clicks, the patient lifts and turns the head. VEMP is used to diagnose superior canal dehiscence and inferior vestibular nerve disorders.