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In this edition of “Striking the Right Balance,” Margo Beckerman, AuD, and Devin McCaslin, PhD, write about the complicated by necessary challenge that is triaging the dizzy patient.
HEAR & BEYOND: Live Skillfully with Hearing Loss Eberts, S, Hannan, G (2022). Page Two. ISBN 978-1-77458-160-5 (paperback)ISBN 978-1-77458-161-2 (eBook) Reviewed by Rex Banks, AuD, Reg. CASLPO Shari Eberts and Gael Hannan are arguably two of the most familiar faces in hearing health consumer advocacy on the planet. For years, I have been following both,…
In this edition of “Striking the Right Balance,” Adam Goulson, AuD and Devin McCaslin, PhD write about how their clinic is using artificial intelligence to help triage and manage their chronic dizzy patients.
In this edition of “Striking the Right Balance,” Audiologist Myron Huen from the Cochlear Implant team at St. Paul’s Hospital, Vancouver, BC, shares her experience performing vestibular assessments in Cochlear Implant candidates.
Striking the Right Balance – Vestibular Screening Pilot: Finding Balance in the Public Health System
In this edition of “Striking the Right Balance,” Estephanie Sta. Maria-Vendiola audiologist with Fraser Health Authority at the Surrey Memorial Hospital in Surrey, BC, shares their thought-provoking journey through creating a vestibular screening to address long wait times for vestibular assessments.
In this edition of “Striking the Right Balance,” Andrea Kuntz and Kegan Stephan, Audiology students at the School of Human Communication Disorders at Dalhousie University interview both Ruth Duggan, an occupational therapist and an occupational therapy student at Dalhousie University, Nisha Sandu, about exploring an inter-professional approach to fall prevention between occupational therapists and audiologists.
In this edition of “Striking the Right Balance,” Patrick Thompson, physiotherapist
with LifeMark Health at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, discusses his clinical
experience with vestibular assessment and rehabilitation for symptoms following a concussion.
Vestibular practices are growing and expanding and students are now applying to audiology in the hopes of specializing in vestibular testing and Curtis Wetmore gives us some insight on this trend from the student’s perspective.
Janine Verge covers vestibular issues in general practice.
Wayne Staab explores the agony and ecstasy of vestibular activity.