Handouts With Your Logo


Your co-brandable publications can be downloaded as fillable PDFs. Download your copies and save them on your local drive, where you will edit them to add your information.

After downloading the article, you may co-brand your publications two ways:

  1. Add your contact information: Type your practice information into the text box in the upper right corner of the publication.
  2. Add your logo:
    • If you have an account with Canva, you can add your logo using this graphics editor.
    • If you have Adobe Reader Pro, open the "Edit" tab in Adobe Reader, choose "Add Image," and select your image file. We recommend placing it in the contact information box.
    • You can download the pdf editor Wondershare PDFelement, open the document, and click "Add Image" in the upper left corner of the editor.

Please email [email protected] with any questions about these steps or about document use.

You are ready to distribute

You may distribute your co-branded publication either as printed or electronic copies.

NOTE: If you plan to distribute the publications electronically, save your co-branded copy as a new PDF so that patients will not be able to accidentally delete your contact information. If you have added an image signature, it will lock the PDF so that it will no longer be editable.


Anatomy of the Ear

Human Balance System

Peripheral Vestibular System

Vestibular Disorders: an Overview


Chronic Illness & Vulnerability

Cognitive Aspects of Vestibular Disorders

Counseling for Chronic Illness

Dentist’s Guide to the Dizzy Patient

Dietary Considerations

Digital Devices

Emotional Aspects of Vestibular Disorders

Fall Prevention & Home Safety

How to Deal with an Acute Vertigo Episode

“It's All in your Head” Addressing Stressors & Self Doubt

Job Hunting With A Vestibular Disorder

Managing Nausea, Vomiting and Poor Appetite

Managing Fatigue

Meditation and Mindfulness

Observations on the Cognitive & Psychological Aspects

Proper Footwear for People with Gait Imbalance

Social Security Tips for Applying

Tinnitus Coping Strategies

Travel & Vestibular Disorders

Visually Induced Dizziness – “Supermarket Syndrome”


Acoustic Neuroma

Auditory Hyperacusis

Autoimmune Inner Ear Disorder (AIED)

Balance & Aging

Balance & Falls in the Older Adult

Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)

Bilateral Vestibular Hypofunction

Central Vestibular Disorders

Cervicogenic Dizziness


Diagnostic Tests for Vestibular Disorders

Enlarged Vestibular Aqueduct Syndrome (EVAS)

General Vestibulopathy

Mal de Debarquement (MdD)

Meniere's Disease

Neurotoxic Vestibulopathy



Pediatric Vestibular Disorders Part 1

Pediatric Vestibular Disorders Parts 2

Pediatric Vestibular Disorders Parts 3

Perilymph Fistula

Persistent Postural-Perceptual Dizziness (PPPD)


Secondary Endolymphatic Hydrops (SEH)

Third Window Syndrome

Traumatic Brain Injury

Trouble Getting a Diagnosis?

Vestibular Migraine/Migraine Associated Vertigo (MAV)

Vestibular Neuritis & Labyrinthitis

Vestibular Paroxysmia


Causes of Dizziness

Environmental Impacts on Vestibular Disorders

Vestibular Symptoms

Tinnitus: Ringing in the Ears

Vestibular Disorder Triggers

What is Motion Sickness?


Chiropractic Treatment for Vestibular Disorders

Controlling your Symptoms

Hearing Aids

Improving Balance with Tai Chi

Pharmacologic Treatments

Vestibular Injury

Vestibular Rehab Therapy

Virtual Reality for VRT

What to Expect During Audiological Testing

Yoga for Balance


Binocular Vision Correction

Connection between Vision & Balance

How Light Sensitivity Affects Vestibular Disorders

Vision Challenges with Vestibular Disorders


Steady as you Go

Vestibular Facts, Figures & Trivia

Dizziness & Balance Medical History Form

How to Choose a Vestibular Physical Therapist

Professional Member Badge

You can download and use the VeDA Professional Membership Badge in your email signature and on your website to show your affiliation with VeDA and involvement in the treatment of vestibular dysfunction.*


In addition to the brandable materials linked to above, VeDA’s brochures are an excellent patient resource that provides an overview of vestibular disorders. You can order these high-quality printed materials at vestibular.org/brochures.

To print your own co-branded brochures, you can use this Co-brandable VeDA Brochure Template.

Contact us

For assistance, call us at (971) 229-0278, or email [email protected].

Thank you for all that you do to help the vestibular community.


*Please avoid using language in conjunction with your VeDA Professional Membership Badge or other cobranded content that may lead a patient or member of the public to believe that the services you provide are services of the Vestibular Disorders Association. An example of potentially misleading language includes "I am a VeDA provider."

**For guidelines on how VeDA resourcs can be used, please view out Permissions Guide