Video Frenzel System
Clinicians at Northwestern Medicine Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital diagnose and treat balance and vestibular issues. They may use the Video Frenzel System to evaluate your eye movements.
How does the Video Frenzel System work?
You wear the this therapy tool like goggles. It records your eye activity and a monitor displays the recording for a clinician to see and evaluate.
What are the benefits of using the Video Frenzel System?
This device helps clinicians diagnose and treat benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), a common condition that causes dizziness. The device keeps you from focusing your sight on anything. This helps the clinician see the direction of uncontrollable eye movements, giving them a better look at your eyes so they can provide a more accurate diagnosis.
All outpatient therapy and procedures require a physician referral. For more information, please call 630.909.7150.