Meniere’s Disease attacks two areas of the self: the physical body with dizziness, ringing ears, fullness in the head and hearing loss and the sense of self that we construct inside ourselves; our thinking self, our spirit and our self-esteem. 

Doctors do the best they can with medication and surgery to help heal or stabilize the physical symptoms of Meniere’s, but often do little to help rebuild the inner-self.  I have learned that I can help myself and trust others to reach out and help me.

VEDA News Published 19/06/2018 16:27:40    View Full Story...

Vestibular migraine kept Amanda from her passion - running. Now she's back in the race.

VEDA News Published 20/03/2018 19:24:24    View Full Story...

Neuroplasticity is your body’s ability to change itself.  This is an essential part of the recovery process for tinnitus and vertigo. 

VEDA News Published 10/03/2018 00:15:47    View Full Story...

You can participate in two studies on Mal de Debarquement Syndrome: 1) To develop a guide for new patients; 2) To examine the impact of hormones on the disease.<--break->

VEDA News Published 27/02/2018 19:19:54    View Full Story...

Many vestibular patients follow a low-salt diet. This article discusses the delicate balance between too much and too little salt and how that impacts our body's electrolyte balance.

VEDA News Published 15/02/2018 22:01:10    View Full Story...

Balance issues are more common in the first two weeks following a concussion than cognitive impairments (Karr, Areshenkoff, & Garcia-Barrera, 2014). Thus, physical therapists are a vital member of the rehabilitation team treating concussion for both assessment and recovery. Also of interest is that abnormal heel-to-toe (tandem) and feet together with eyes closed (Romberg) testing at 2-3 weeks correlates with poor neuropsychological testing related to poor effort and/or invalid test results.

VEDA News Published 17/01/2018 20:26:41    View Full Story...

Ruth Goldberg shares her experiences with Vestibular Physical Therapy (VPT) and other exercises.

VEDA News Published 17/01/2018 01:28:05    View Full Story...

Persistent Postural-Perceptual Dizziness, or PPPD, is a vestibular condition previously referred to as Chronic Subjective Dizziness. People with this condition don’t feel a ‘room-spinning’ type of dizziness or have trouble focusing during head movement like many people with vestibular problems experience.

VEDA News Published 14/11/2017 17:49:33    View Full Story...

US Embassy workers in Cuba have reported unusual noises, which have resulted in dizziness, nausea, severe headaches, balance problems and tinnitus.

VEDA News Published 25/10/2017 16:44:28    View Full Story...

The Vestibular Disorders Association (VeDA) announces the annual VeDA Champion of Vestibular Medicine Award initiative to increase awareness of vestibular disorders that affect the inner ear and brain. 2017 award recipients include David Zee, MD, Richard Clendaniel, PhD, and Jeffrey Staab, MD, MS.

VEDA News Published 17/10/2017 22:36:03    View Full Story...