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Recovering From A Benign Brain Tumor

Friday morning, 14 May 2010, Claire Snyman opens her eyes to find the room spinning around her, the light fixture dancing above. Then she develops her first migraine ever. What is this all about? She

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Concussion & Dizziness

Concussions can cause trauma that results in vestibular dysfunction. VeDA is offering a free webinar on this topic. Concussions & Dizziness - Is there a connection? This is the topic of our October 15th webinar,

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Take Back My Life 5K

VeDA Ambassador, David Morrill, recently completed a 5K race to raise awareness about vestibular disorders. By David Morrill, Chair, VeDA Ambassador Board and vestibular patient I call this my "Take Back My Life 5K." Two

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Physician Survey About Vestibular Disorders

Dr. Rachael Trommelen is conducting a survey to assess physician knowledge of and experience with diagnosing vestibular disorders. If you are a physician and interested in taking Dr. Trommelen's survey, please see below. If you

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Balance Awareness Week Kick-Off

The goal of Balance Awareness Week is to raise awareness about vestibular disorders. You can help by participating in one of our many BAW events. Take the Balance Challenge! Balance is often taken for granted.

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Seasonal Vertigo Sufferers Can Predict Weather Changes

Notice Your Head Spinning When Severe Storms Like Tornados or Hurricanes Spin Your Way? How To Get Help. Severe spring storms, violent tornados and hurricane season are especially difficult for millions suffering from “seasonal vertigo”

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Service Dogs for Vestibular Support

Can a person with vestibular disorder benefit from a service or emotional support dog? For those of you with balance and anxiety issues, this is a question you may ask yourself. In 2015, service animals

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Single Treatment Maneuvers for BPPV

Certified vestibular therapist, Abeed Hirji, reviews a 5-minute non-invasive office procedure for the treatment of BPPV. Really, a quick fix?  Yes, is my response to this question by many of my patients who come to

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