StableEyes With Active Neurofeedback

StableEyes With Active Neurofeedback
Experimental: SWAN VPT JHU

Subjects that have had their eighth cranial nerve resected will receive the automated vestibular rehabilitation method

Device: SWAN

The SWAN device uses video-oculography to monitor head motion while guiding participants to move their head in yaw, pitch, roll planes for 15 minutes. Feedback is provided regarding frequency and plane of head rotation

Other Name: StableEyes Training Device with video-oculography

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November 20, 2022Comments | Oncology Clinical Trials | Oncology Studies | US National Library of Medicine