Tag Archives: Vestibular

Shift Concussion Management

On May 25 to 27, Susan Rankin successfully completed the Shift Concussion Management course. Post concussion syndrome was presented as a “brain energy” issue. Many of the symptoms post-concussion include dizziness, headache, nausea, fatigue, and fogginess caused by the brain’s … Continue reading

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Cotton Swabs Can Be Dangerous!

For many people, using cotton swabs in their ears is a daily ritual to clean the water out of their ears and to get wax out. So why is that dangerous? Continue reading

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Peripheral versus Central vestibular symptoms

Here’s a great article describing the differences between peripheral and central vestibular diagnoses. About 75% of vestibular rehabilitation is typically peripheral in nature. Continue reading

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