In many places, winter means dark, cold and gloomy weather, which can have an adverse effect on our mood. Spring, on the other hand, heralds longer days and the blossoming of flowers. It means more sunshine, which can impact our bodies positively, providing a sense of wellbeing and helping to lift your spirit out of the darkness.
The DSP is a "smart" case history form to aid in the diagnosis and management of patients presenting with dizziness.
Many vestibular patients feel unlucky because they have an invisible illness that affects every aspect of their life, but that others don't see or understand. Vestibular patient, Peggy Artman, considers a different way for patients like her to approach the concept of "luck."
Danielle Tate represented VeDA during RDLA's Rare Disease Week on Capitol Hill.
Caregivers play an important role in a vestibular patient's recovery. No one knows this better than Cindy and her husband, Jeff.
Gratitude has been shown to benefit people physically and psychologically.
Celebrity, Mark Cuban, shares his vestibular experience, and how virtual reality helped him get back to balance.
Facebook and PayPal are matching all donations made through VeDA's Facebook page on Giving Tuesday, November 27th.
The VeDA Heroes Program recognizes people who have gone “above and beyond” in the assistance of vestibular patients.
Champions of Vestibular Medicine help reduce diagnosis times for patients with inner ear & brain balance disorders.