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Striking the Right Balance – The Vestibular Patient Journey: An Interview with a Patient Diagnosed with Concussion
In this edition of “Striking the Right Balance,” Erica Zaia, MSc, RAUD and Michael Vekasi, AuD, R.Aud, Aud(C), FAAA interview a patient presenting with dizziness and imbalance to look at how vestibular impairments negatively impact our patients’ quality of life and how our interactions with them contribute to their patient journey. This is the third article in this patient-focused series, featuring a patient diagnosed with concussion.
In my next few columns, I will explore new and exciting studies on using whole human genome sequencing as an emerging clinical tool for audiology.
Although there is no clear evidence that there is a pill to treat tinnitus, this is what many sufferers want. Richard Tyler explores what to do.
This insightful article by Henry et al focuses on audiologists and their role in providing effective clinical services for their patients.
Roeser and Hosford-Dunn explain why Mike is perfect as defined by having all the desirable qualities or characteristics that make you want to hang out with someone. He’s as good as it is possible to be.
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.
Peter Stelmacovich writes about his personal interest in understanding the differences between verification as opposed to validation and in better needs assessment tools to determine which treatment options should be used with particular patients.