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A Simple, Quick, and Effective Tool to Help Diagnosis Dizziness and Vertigo

As we and many others have discussed in previous blogs and articles, the word... Read More

Scared Dizzy?

As Halloween draws near we thought we would look into the question of “can... Read More

Common Risk Factors for Falling

September is falls prevention awareness month and as such we are going to discuss... Read More

Questions from a Fellow Vestibular Neuritis Survivor

I received an email a couple of weeks ago from Deanne asking questions about... Read More

An Effective Approach to Acute Vertigo

My most recent blog discussed the state (or lack thereof) of the development of... Read More

DIZZINESS & BALANCE

What do you mean when you say Dizzy – Part VI

Precipitating, Exacerbating, or Relieving Factors (Triggers) Symptoms that are brought on or increased by... Read More

Sensory Conflict -Priorities

This week’s post is an excerpt from my book: Vestibular Function: Clinical and Practice... Read More

Vestibular Brain Droppings, Part II

                    Part II: When the test results                     and the history don’t match  ... Read More

Rotational Chair Test -Deconstructed

This week, let’s discuss the rotational chair exam. Rotational chairs are not commonly found... Read More

Hearing Loss: an Unheard of Falls Risk Factor

Recently we discussed multi-sensory dizziness and imbalance, reviewing how balance is maintained, as well... Read More

HEARING LOSS

Clinical Signs: Superior Canal Dehiscence

When performing an exam for Superior Canal Dehiscence (SCDS), you may have two different... Read More

Do Hearing Aids Improve Balance?

A couple of years ago, I published a post on this blog about a... Read More

Lightning Strike and Dizziness

Interesting Case Last week, I saw a very pleasant, intelligent young man referred to... Read More

Hearing Loss: A Personal Story

The Natural Progression of the Hard of Hearing: A Personal Story This week I... Read More

Audiometric Patterns in Vestibular Disease

        All audiologists have an audiometer. So what can you do... Read More