CCG – Cranio Carpography Assessment

CCG – Cranio Carpography Assessment

Cranio-Corpo-Graphy (CCG) is a medical investigation and measurement procedure developed in 1968 by German neurootologist Claus-Frenz Claussen. It documents and evaluates disorders of the equilibrium function measured by investigation procedures such as the Unterberger test, the LOLAVHESLIT test, the NEFERT test, the Romberg's test and the WOFEC test.

Unfortunately, many of the tests used in clinical practice cannot directly diagnose Acute Vestibular Syndrome (AVS), Ménière’s disease, vestibular migraine, and many central pathologies. Specifically, the tests used point us toward/away from a particular diagnosis. Beck, et al1 note the professional is “tasked with relying on and interpreting the patient’s history and physical findings, combined with subjective reports and non-exclusive test findings…” from which an eventual differential diagnosis emerges.

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Video Nystamography basic test to find out cause of vertigo & dizziness


Straight Visual Vertical Test Assessment of ocular function important in maintaining balance.


Cranio Carpography Assessment of gait abnormalities associated with vertigo & rule out lesions in brain.


Dynamic Visual Acuity


Electro Nystagmography

Caloric Test

Useful assessment of labyrinthine functions