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IVRT 6h
platelet volume/neutrophil- & platelet 2 lymphocyte ratios elevated in neuritis. "elevations of NLR and PLR support the role of inflammation in VN. The high level of MPV indicates the possible role of vascular thrombosis in the etiology of VN."
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findings in paroxysmia - An observational study. "Neurovascular contact remains a common phenomenon in asymptomatic patients and therefore correlation with neuro-otology assessment remains essential."
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Rehab Hub - Injury Clinic & Therapy Centre 13m
For information on how Vestibular Rehab may be able to help you with your symptoms Annie Head is a member of the ACPIVR
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Peripheral and Function in With and Without .
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Meniere's Society 4h
Did you enjoy part one of Tony Forder's blog earlier this week? Tony has kindly shared part two with us here: Missed part one? Read it here:
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Improved Physiology and Behavior After Unilateral Incremental Adaptation in a Person With Chronic Hypofunction: A Case Report. Similar to this, I always use a metronome fro my pt and from week to week I increase the speed
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dysfunction in acute traumatic . "Symptoms: feeling unbalanced (58%), headache (50%) and (40%)... Diagnoses included BPPV (38%), acute peripheral unilateral vestibular loss (19%), and phenotype headache (34%)"
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Sprint Physio Jun 18
Children with hearing impairment, migraine and post-concussion show improvements in functional activities, balance confidence and behavioural state with the help of .
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Vestibular Rehab SIG Jun 16
When working with patients after acute vestibular neuritis, what factors do you think can contribute to development of chronic dizziness? Check out last week's abstract of the week to find out! PMID: 30566414
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Donncha Lane (Neuro-Rehab Physiotherapist) 4h
Rehabilitation to improve gaze and postural stability in people with multiple sclerosis: study protocol for a prospective randomized clinical trial
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Donncha Lane (Neuro-Rehab Physiotherapist) Jun 17
Improved physiology and behaviour after unilateral incremental adaptation (daily, 15mins over 6 months) training in a person with chronic - a case study ….but no significant improvement in DHI or DGI scores….
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360 Neuro Health Jun 10
Enrollment for Certificate of Competency in (CCVR) Course opens in a few hours! Watch video below 👇from a CCVR Graduate + check out our Free Mini Masterclass. Visually Induced Lesson coming soon!
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Becca Asquith Jun 13
Epleys, neuro interventions, resp interventions, falls prevention, mobility and tf assessments, MSK HEP. All in a Thursdays work. Rewarding day
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Vestibular First Jun 12
A sneak peek from our Innovation and Design team’s test of a new model that’s gonna change education as we know it :) More to come soon!
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Rehab Hub - Injury Clinic & Therapy Centre 7h
Annie Head, Vestibular Physio is ideally placed to provide early screening and intervention to minimise the impact on daily life of balance and dizziness disorders
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HDPhysicalTherapy Jun 13
Balance. It seems like such a simple thing, except when it isn't. Believe it or not, loss of balance leading to injury from falls is one of the most expensive medical situations encountered in the United States. !
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NORAVisionrehab Jun 11
To assist individuals who may be experiencing visual dysfunctions contributing to dizziness and balance problems, NORA and have developed The Vestibular-Vision Connection. This and other resources at
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Rehab Hub - Injury Clinic & Therapy Centre Jun 18
About a quarter of people with migraine experience dizziness, making it perhaps the most common cause of dizziness Further info
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Menieres Resources Jun 11
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SensoryWand Jun 11
from are a double win for us. For Big Mini, it’s a perfect giving his & systems a boost. For Little Miss, who’s a ‘W’ sitter, it helps build her core strength. I can even get dinner on the table in peace! 😀
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