Transcranial doppler (TCD) ultrasound probes are an invaluable tool in cerebral blood flow (CBF) studies. Their operation demands maintaining consistent pose on the subject throughout the experimental protocol. However, the displacement of the TCD probe during vestibular studies is common and substantially prolongs the experiment or even terminates it. This is a significant challenge for integrating motion-based vestibular studies with CBF investigations. In response, a mechatronics system is designed to allow remote repositioning of the TCD probe during data collection experiments while the subject is wearing a head mounted virtual reality (VR) display and seated in a vestibular disorientation device. This paper presents the design, prototype, and operation of this mechatronics apparatus.Clinical Relevance-The mechatronics apparatus of this paper can enable motion-based vestibular studies that entail the use of CBF velocity measurement and head-mounted virtual reality display.