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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.
aVOR: We Walk You Through an Educational Tool with the Power to Help You Understand the Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex
An understanding of vestibular structures in the inner ear and their function is unquestionably beneficial when you are engaged in vestibular practice but these mechanics are also notoriously difficult to grasp. This is an article for anyone who has ever grappled with this challenge.
Striking the Right Balance – An Overview of “Vestibular Assessment and Management for Canadian Audiologists: A Scoping Review”
In this edition of “Striking the Right Balance,” Janine Verge and Michael Vekasi provide an overview of the newly released document, “Vestibular Assessment & Management for Canadian Audiologists: A Scoping Review.”
Lisa Koch, AuD, discusses what she feels is the general scope of practice audiologists should consider when including vestibular rehabilitation in their practice.
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.
In this issue’s installment, guest contributor Erica Zaia talks about her involvement with the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professions of British Columbia and the development of the Advanced Competency Certificate in vestibular assessment and management.
In this issue’s installment, Michael Vekasi shares his unique insights as both a vestibular patient and audiologist.
In this issue’s installment, Dr. Neil Bailie gives us an update on Meniere’s disease.
Carolyn Falls explores A Day in the Life of a Vestibular Audiologist.
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