Meniere’s Disease and Migraines -Written by Greg Bullock on 7th Sep 2019

Meniere’s disease and migraine are clinically unique syndromes that also share an extensive and often-complicated relationship with one another. In fact, it can be hard for doctors to distinguish between the two conditions, much less the patients who have to endure their symptoms. In this post, we break down the similarities and differences between both […]

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Vestibular Disorders Are They an Invisible Disability? -Daniel Pancy

According to VeDA, Vestibular Disorders consists the following disorders and syndromes. “The most commonly diagnosed vestibular disorders include benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), labyrinthitis or vestibular neuritis, Ménière’s disease, and secondary endolymphatic hydrops. Vestibular disorders also include superior semicircular canal dehiscence, acoustic neuroma, perilymph fistula, ototoxicity, enlarged vestibular aqueduct, migraine-associated vertigo, and mal de débarquement. […]

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WHAT THEY DON’T TELL YOU ABOUT LIFE WITH ILLNESS -OCTOBER 12, 2019 -Rhiann Johns

“Patient’ defined as ‘a person receiving or registered to receive medical treatment.’ One that a person only identifies with when sick and in need of medical treatment.  When diagnosed with a chronic illness, a patient becomes a more permanent part of our identity. An identity that we gave to learn to juggle with many others. […]

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