Vestibular Disorders of Otologic Origin & their Psychological Overlay

Dr. Tami Mehl briefly covers the anatomy and physiology of balance function, giving a practical explanation of how the system works so that the underlying pathophysiology of balance problems can be easily understood. The lecture then goes on to explain the mechanisms involved in the balance disorders of otologic origin most often seen in the rehabilitative clinic. These include BPPV and Vestibular Neuritis.

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