Dear DizzyDoctor Users

This letter serves as formal notice that DizzyDoctor Systems will cease all activity as of October 14, 2022.We are facing unforeseen challenges with Apple Support software. Our final last day of technical and customer service support will be April 14, 2023.

We would like to take this time to thank all of our supporters throughout DizzyDoctor Systems journey.

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Record Your Eye Videos When You Get Dizzy.

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Pay a $19.99 fee to Process Your Video Recording Session

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Let Your Physician View your Videos to Help Them Diagnose Why You Are Dizzy

Take Control of Your Healthcare and Record Your Own Eye Movement Data to Give to Your Physician

Caution: Federal law restricts this device ti sale by or on the order of a physician

DizzyDoctor Vertigo
Recording Goggles

The vertigo recording goggles are a unique system designed to allow a patient the opportunity to use their smart phone in a setting remote from a clinical environment to record their eye movements during an attack of disequilibrium or vertigo. This important data, if collected properly, may allow a physician to better identify why the patient has these episodes of “dizziness”. Video recordings from the goggles may be uploaded to the DizzyDoctor website where additional data about eye tracking and head position stability can be presented along with the sequence of video recordings. The DizzyDoctor system provides a unique opportunity for the patient and physician to view the data and hopefully come to a quicker diagnosis and more focused plan of care.

Ask your Otolaryngologist, Neurologist or other physician who is interested in treating vertiog for more information on how to obtain the DizzyDoctor system.


The inner ear is analogous to an intricate maze that is constantly exchanging signals to and from the brain. The complex anatomy is responsible for what keeps us balanced and allows us to maintain our equilibrium.

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Caused by loose debris floating throughout the inner ear, benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) can cause acute attacks of vertigo with changes in head position.

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/nə'staɡməs/ (noun): rhythmic, involuntary movement of the eyes. Nystagmus is a key diagnostic feature in diagnosing the cause of a patient’s dizziness. There are many different types of nystagmus and each is associated with its own pathology.

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There are many different pathologies that can cause a patient to feel dizzy and each one requires a different form of treatment or plan of care. While some of their symptoms may overlap, there are also some important differences between each of these disorders.

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If you would like to own the Vertigo Recording Goggles or the DizzyDoctor App click below


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