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Neuroplasticity for persistent vertigo and tinnitus

Neuroplasticity is your body’s ability to change itself.  This is an essential part of the recovery process for tinnitus and vertigo.  It is not something that a doctor can do for you.  And it is

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MdDS Studies – Participants Needed

You can participate in two studies on Mal de Debarquement Syndrome: 1) To develop a guide for new patients; 2) To examine the impact of hormones on the disease. Background Mal de Debarquement Syndrome (MdDS)

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The Salt Balance

Many vestibular patients follow a low-salt diet. This article discusses the delicate balance between too much and too little salt and how that impacts our body's electrolyte balance. By Sandy Egge, MSACN Did you know

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Vestibular Rehab – A Patient Perspective

Ruth Goldberg shares her experiences with Vestibular Physical Therapy (VPT) and other exercises. I have had Meniere's for over 35 years and have discovered that Meniere's and other vestibular illnesses are ongoing chronic conditions that

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Cuban Embassy Attacks Cause Vestibular Dysfunction

US Embassy workers in Cuba have reported unusual noises, which have resulted in dizziness, nausea, severe headaches, balance problems and tinnitus. The number of victims is increasing, and there is now a possibility tourists to Cuba

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CHAMPIONS OF VESTIBULAR MEDICINE

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. 2017 award recipients include David Zee, MD,

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Champions of Vestibular Medicine

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. 2017 award recipients include David Zee, MD,

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Finding a Life Rebalanced

Vicki Appel, a pediatric nurse, went for a relaxing massage and ended up leaving in an ambulance, experiencing severe vertigo and vomiting.  Little did she know that 10 years later she would be living her

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The VeDA Brand

A New Image Reflects Our Strength and Stability TogetherThe Vestibular Disorders Association (VeDA) has updated our brand image to best show who we are today and where we are going as an organization and a

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In Loving Memory of Gerry

We honor vestibular patient, Gerry Kerlin, who passed away June 16th, 2017, and his surviving wife, Ann, who has contributed greatly to VeDA's patient education efforts, by sharing the story of Gerry's vestibular journey. As

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