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Vestibular Healthcare From Nurse Practitioners & Physician Assistants

ICU – “I SEE YOU” PODCAST Vestibular Healthcare From Nurse Practitioners & Physician Assistants LISTEN NOW Available wherever you get your podcasts. APPLE PODCASTS    SPOTIFY   YOUTUBE Primary care practitioners are often the first healthcare professionals

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Change comes unsolicited and I have to roll with it.

My journey started at age 27 in 1986. I had an emergency medical procedure following a miscarriage. When I got home to my 3 year old daughter and husband the migraines started. My first diagnosis

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Inflammation and Vestibular Disorders

Recent headlines about the link between depression and inflammation have gained great public attention.1,2 Past research focused largely on the “chemical imbalance” hypothesis of depression; that is, imbalance of chemicals in the body may negatively

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One Who Listens (OWL)

People with vestibular disorders often wish for someone who will listen to them: listen with empathy – not judgement, listen with a deep knowledge – not dismissing their concerns, and listen with understanding for the emotional impact vestibular disorders have brought to their lives. The OWL Award recognizes two individuals and one organization for their contribution to the healing power of listening.

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VeDA Provides Feedback on NIDCD Strategic Plan

The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) invited public comment on revisions to their strategic plan, which will determine future research directions and priorities. VeDA's Medical & Scientific Advisers submitted the following answers to five

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Vestibular Community Survey

VeDA asked patients to share information about their symptoms and VeDA's role in supporting the vestibular community.Here are some of the key findings: Almost half took over a year to get correctly diagnosed. When asked to

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Stephanie Hynson

To my memory, my first real experience with motion discomfort, or abnormal dizziness was on the bus in eighth grade; there were three buses parked in a row and I was on the center bus

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Alicia Hudnett

I can only assume that if you are reading this story, you have somehow been touched by a vestibular disorder. As I begin to share my own personal story, I want to emphasize that although

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Stacy Harpold

Hello fellow Warriors! So, this is my story, an abbreviated version. I experienced my first BPPV attack when I was in my late 20’s. Over the next decade I experienced short bouts of vertigo once

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2022 Year End Summary

what a year! Here are just some of the things that were accomplished in 2022 thanks to the generosity of those who volunteered and/or donated to the Vestibular Disorders Association (VeDA). Life Rebalanced Live Our

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