Introduction - Introduction: The Balance System Integration...

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Introduction: The Balance System Integration of Multiple Cues To maintain upright posture visual focus Through stimulation of postural muscles eye muscles
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Balance Is… the ability to control the center of gravity over the base of support in any given sensory environment
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Disorders of the Balance System Can Produce: “dizziness,” vertigo, lightheadedness, presyncope, nausea, unsteadiness, vexion, pulsion, ataxia, diplopia, oscillopsia, . .. With varying degrees of influence on functional health and lifestyle.
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Disorders of Balance Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo Meniere’s Disease Vestibular Neuronitis Autoimmune Inner Ear Disease Trauma Toxic Substances/Medications
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Disorders of Balance Migraine Acoustic Neuroma Vascular Disorders Multiple Sclerosis Cervical Vertigo
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The Audiologist’s Role: Detection Assessment Rehabilitation Referral
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Case History Nature of the dizziness (true vertigo,
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