Tidbits on Treating the Dizzy Patient

Dr. Tami Mehl is a clinical audiologist with a special interest in treating vestibular disorders. In this short clip, she addresses the different aspects of vestibular rehabilitation therapy, and the different angles from which this is approached. She outlines three key aspects: adaptation, substitution, and habituation, each of which involves targeted exercises. She also looks at where Cognitive Behavioural Therapy fits in to treating the dizzy patient. Watch Tami's 2 talks on Calabash, which look at different kinds of vestibular disorders. Talk 1 looks at vestibular disorders of otologic origin, while Talk 2 looks at vestibular disorders of non-otologic origin.

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