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Vesticon™ is a medical technology company focused on helping physicians and their patients achieve Victory Over Vertigo. The company was founded in 2003, has eleven employees, and is located in close-in NE Portland, Oregon.

The company has recently begun taking orders for the Epley Omniax system, the company's first commercial product. Current vestibular medical devices provide a general assesment or vague diagnosis, but none provide treatment. The Epley Omniax system assists medical professionals in diagnosing and treating balance disorders and vertigo, including benign paroxysmal positional vertigo. 

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The company has several other products in development that share some hardware and software components with the Omniax. The Omniax uses software, video goggles and a hardware apparatus to position a patient in any plane. Launch of additional products, already now in advanced development, is expected over the next two years..

Market segments for the three products will include: Neurotology, otology, otolaryngology, audiology, vestibular physical therapy and rehabilitation.
 

 Vesticon Timeline 

  • 2003-2004: three product prototypes supported by NIH completed, including Omniax prototype
  • 2005: Experienced management and advisors recruited
  • 1Q07: Vesticon reaches $4.8M in funding from the NIH's SBIR program 
  • 2Q08: Omniax multi-site randomized study completed
  • 1Q09: Omniax product launch  
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