Posts Tagged ‘Vestibular Rehabilitation’

Does Misophonia Affect the Ability to Learn?

Chances are, you know someone who finds a variety of sounds including chewing, slurping or eating, the clicking of a pen and many more, extremely annoying. Scientifically known as misophonia, there is no known cause for the condition, however, as more and more research is being done, it has become clear that for those who…

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A New Type of Vertigo Has Emerged…

Dizziness, lightheadedness, sensations of rocking or spinning when perfectly still… all of these and more are symptoms of vertigo. Self-induced vertigo, often experienced by children by spinning around, lasts only a few minutes but other, spontaneous types of vertigo can last for hours or even days. Vertigo of this kind is fairly common too, with…

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3 Ways Chiropractic Neurology Care Can Improve Balance

Throughout our lives, several factors can have a direct impact on our balance function. Inner ear problems, physiological disorders, heart disease, and even migraines can influence coordination and dexterity in a varying range of ways. Age is also a major contributor to changes in balance. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately…

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