Neuroplasticity is your body’s ability to change itself. This is an essential part of the recovery process for tinnitus and vertigo.
News Updates: Health & Wellness
Recent work has demonstrated that the symptoms of common vestibular disorders may be linked with certain environmental factors.
TCM has been used for thousands of years to treat a myriad of illnesses, including inner ear balance problems.
Medical practices have significantly increased the implementation of patient-centered medical home (PCMH) practices over time to try and provide better care for patients with chronic illnesses, according to an article published online January 5 in Health Affairs.
New research from a University of the Sunshine Coast PhD student has shown that seniors who exercise in groups are likely to have a reduced risk of falls later down the track.
Vaughan Nicholson, a 33-year-old physiotherapist of Ferny Hills in Brisbane, conducted a three-part study looking at the impact of group fitness on more than 100 adults aged 55-75.
His PhD in Sport and Exercise Science specifically analysed the benefits for seniors who participated in group BodyBalance and BodyPump classes over a 12 to 26 week period as well as an interactive virtual balance game.
Winter holidays—do they fill you with joy or with worries about gift-giving and family gatherings? Do summer vacations leave you relaxed or fretful over travel and money? If you’re feeling stressed out over supposedly fun things, it might be time to reassess. Take a few moments to learn how stress affects your health and what you can do about it.
Falling can be scary. It can happen on a slippery surface, on ice or just when you’re not paying attention. Oftentimes, it happens to older adults, in any location, on any surface.
Study finds some patients had to discontinue the scan, or the hearing device was impaired by magnetic field
By Robert Preidt
Some people with cochlear implants experience pain, discomfort and problems with the implant's internal magnet when they undergo an MRI scan, a new study finds.
By Sandra G. Boodman, Washington Post, November 24, 2014
‘That’s it — I’m done,” Rachel Miller proclaimed, the sting of the neurologist’s judgment fresh as she recounted the just-concluded appointment to her husband. Whatever was wrong with her, Miller decided after that 2009 encounter, she was not willing to risk additional humiliation by seeing another doctor who might dismiss her problems as psychosomatic.