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Recommended Apps for Optokinetic Training

During Dr. Whitney's Q&A session at the Vestibular Health Summit, she addressed a handful of thought-provoking questions from our attendees. Below is a clip of Dr. Whitney's recommendations on what apps she uses for optokinetic training, as well as a short clip of Dr. Shin Beh addressing PPPD...

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Using Virtual Reality as a Tool for Rehab

Two trending questions from one of the Virtual Vestibular Health Summit's Q&A Sessions is: When using virtual reality as a tool for rehab, is there a difference in what piece of equipment you use? When using head mounted display, is there a difference between males and females? What...

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Home Program - Motion Sensitivity

Please note: Vestibular exercises should be customized to each individual. This is a sample video given to a patient with motion sensitivity as part of their home program. This video should not be performed without guidance from a skilled clinician with experience in visually induced...

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Vestibular Rehab in Patients with Motion Sensitivity

If you are seeing patients with vestibular disorders, it’s likely you have patients with motion sensitivity. There are two types of motion sensitivity: (1) visually induced dizziness (AKA Visual Vertigo) and (2) true motion sickness. Visually induced Dizziness (ViD) is when a person experiences...

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What is Apogeotropic PC BPPV?

Atypical BPPV is one of the types being sometimes called ageotropic or apogeotropic posterior canal BPPV. This is a confusing type of BPPV because the otoliths are located in the non-ampullary side of the posterior canal. This creates an opposite nystagmus than that which is seen in a more...

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360 Neuro Health is Giving Free Lifetime Access to Its Workspace Through (at Least) the Month of April For All Healthcare Professionals Impacted By COVID-19

We are all facing new challenges daily. Almost all aspects of our lives have been impacted by COVID-19, and healthcare providers everywhere are under stress. Educational conferences, courses, and events are being cancelled daily. Because of these cancellations, we are all to a certain extent...

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Vestibular Migraines | Join the conversation

We’ve reviewed over 400 surveys completed by our students who manage patients with dizziness. Here are 3 hot topics that they asked about: Vestibular Migraines Concussion Psychological Considerations We’ve chosen to elaborate on vestibular migraines as this diagnosis has become more...

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How are you performing the Dynamic Visual Acuity Test?

The vestibular ocular reflex (VOR) acts to maintain stable vision during head motion. This is successfully accomplished through precise compensatory eye movement to head movement along three axes via neural pathways more commonly known as the angular and translational VOR. The angular VOR (a-VOR)...

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Does vestibular rehab work?

Yes! The use of vestibular rehabilitation is increasingly becoming the treatment of choice for patients with dizziness and/or balance disorders. There is growing evidence that the best outcomes are identifying the causes(s) as quickly as possible and designing a customized treatment program. We...

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Dynamic Visual Acuity Testing: A Discussion with Kamran Barin, PhD

It is with great honor to introduce Dr. Kamran Barin, one of our Certificate of Competency in Vestibular Rehabilitation (CCVR) Course faculty members. Dr. Barin is Assistant Professor Emeritus at the Department of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery and Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences...

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