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.
Dr. Ann Kerlin surveyed patients who suffer from vestibular dysfunction as a result of gentamicin poisoning. In this article she summarizes her findings.
TCM has been used for thousands of years to treat a myriad of illnesses, including inner ear balance problems.
Art therapy provides patients with a way to re-author the narrative of their illness.
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 must be overdoing it at work.
But it’s not too much work: it’s a benign brain tumor. The diagnosis completely blindsides 34-year-old Claire and her family. Together they face the new reality of her condition while trying to navigate conflicting medical advice and cope with her new onset of symptoms.
Concussions can cause trauma that results in vestibular dysfunction. VEDA is offering a free webinar on this topic.
VEDA Ambassador, David Morrill, recently completed a 5K race to raise awareness about vestibular disorders.
Dr. Rachael Trommelen is conducting a survey to assess physician knowledge of and experience with diagnosing vestibular disorders.
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.
Emma Tracy Jones is researching the connection between balance disorders & depression and is looking for volunteers to participate in her study.