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VeDA Awards Champion of Vestibular Medicine Honors

The Vestibular Disorders Association (VeDA) announces the annual VeDA Champion of Vestibular Medicine Award initiative to increase awareness of vestibular disorders that affect the inner ear and brain. 2016 award recipients include Kim Gottshall, PT,

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VeDA Partners With The Mighty!

VeDA and The Mighty - both building a community around people facing chronic illness.The Mighty is a story-based health community focused on improving the lives of people facing disease, disorder, mental illness and disability. More

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Vestibular Patients Create Petition

A group of vestibular patients has created a petition to urge the World Health Organization to consider better awareness of vestibular disorders among primary care physicians and specialists, and multi-disciplinary teams to diagnose and treat

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Oral Device May Help Patients With Imbalance

Initial patient trials are being conducted on an intraoral balance device that works by sending additional balance information to the brain to help vestibular patients who experience imbalance.Patients with vestibular loss often have difficulty in

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Balance Awareness Week – Sept 12-18, 2016

NHL Star Bryce Salvador is named Balance Awareness Week Honorary Chair and joins VeDA to raise awareness and resources.NHL Stanley Cup finalist and veteran team captain and player, Bryce Salvador, is leading awareness and fundraising

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Youth Concussion – The Vestibular Connection

Educational campaign bridges gap between head injuries and balance /inner ear problems.The Vestibular Disorders Association (VeDA) is educating youth patients and their parents, coaches, teachers and healthcare professionals about the disabling, and often lingering, effects

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VeDA Accepting Nominations for Champion of Vestibular Medicine Award

The Vestibular Disorders Association (VeDA) announces our 3rd annual Champion of Vestibular Medicine Award initiative to increase awareness of vestibular disorders. We invite you to submit one or more nominations for this award. Champions of

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Noise-Induced Otolith Disorder

Normal examinations that result in abnormal VEMP findings can provide evidence that acoustic trauma may be the basis of otolith-related “dizziness and balance trouble.”  Authors Frederick E. Cobb, Ph.D. CCC-A  ASPS 126 / 516 C.

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New Master Class in Vestibular Assessment

More than 200 clinicians to gather in Amsterdam to learn new ways of working with vestibular patients as Otometrics and Maastrict Univeristy drive greater understanding of the paradigm shift in vestibular assessment with their new

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