Erin Piker updates us on cVEMP and oVEMP testing in superior canal dehiscence.
John Rutka tell us about vestibular schwannomas.
Maxine Armstrong fills us in on the vestibulo-ocular reflex.
Manohar Bance explores the fascinating disorder of superior canal dehiscence.
Art Mallinson writes about using computerized dynamic posturography in the medical/legal setting.
Janine Verge covers vestibular issues in general practice.
Sharon Cushing tells us about vestibular and balance dysfunction in the pediatric population.
Unitron Celebrates 50 Years: Technology Changes but Relationships Remain a Constant in Company’s History
Unitron Canada tells us all about their 50th anniversary celebration.
While waiting to have her hearing aids serviced, Gael Hannan shares her thoughts in the form of a poem called Sitting Here Deaf.
Harry Teder weighs in on the noise associated with common transient sounds: specifically from the kitchen.
Wayne Staab explores the agony and ecstasy of vestibular activity.
In this issue’s Noisy Notes, Alberto Behar writes about the (in)famous Noise Reduction Rating.
Kim Tillery explores the use of CAPD testing on a 5-year old.
Samidha Joklegar steps into this issue’s Science Matters and explores the relationship between hearing loss and fall risk.
Marshall Chasin provides the answer to the Bell Labs mystery of the missing fundamental.
In this issue, Calvin Staples selects some of Alan Desmond’s best blog entries from HearingHealthMatters.org.
Peter Stelmacovich explores different behaviours related to his hearing loss and shares tips on how he deals with them.