Holiday Gift Guide

Posted by Cynthia Ryan

A vestibular patient's wish list may look a little different than most. Rather than looking for the next best gadget or fun experience, they seek gifts that are functional or provide comfort. Here is a brief list of thoughtful gifts you can share with your friends and family who want to support you in your vestibular journey.

Chair Yoga Flow

Posted by Christina Conner

This is a beginning chair yoga routine that is perfect for people who want to stretch, relax and strengthen, but are unable to stand for a practice. You can flow from one pose to the next, using the breath to guide you in a steady pace. Or you can do each pose separately holding for 10 seconds or longer. As you become comfortable with this practice feel free to repeat poses and hold for longer. You can also look up other poses to add. There are full-length chair yoga practices that offer all the benefits of standard yoga classes. Breathe, smile and relax. 

Vestibular Clinical Specialist Certification Denied

Posted by Christina Conner

The American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS) recently announced that it denied the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy’s request to create a Vestibular Clinical Specialist Certification, stating that vestibular practice is a sub-specialty of neurology and not a specialty. However, there is currently no process for approval of a sub-specialty.

Nature Therapy

Posted by Cynthia Ryan

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.

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