Exercises Used In Vestibular Therapy That Can Help Your Inner Ear

Posted on: 12 September 2016

Do you suffer from vertigo or dizziness when you stand? Do you sometimes feel off balance when you are walking? You could have an inner ear, or vestibular, disorder. This is problem that harms the delicate system in your inner ear that controls your balance, and it can get worse over time. Vestibular physical therapy helps patients by reducing symptoms and training the brain to compensate for the disorder. Here are a variety of therapies you might encounter when being treated for a vestibular disorder.
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Softly, Silently Sleeping: Three Surgeries That Can End Your Snoring

Posted on: 22 August 2016

Snoring is not just a noise problem at night—it is also a health issue for the snorer. The problem is, someone who snores has problems with the soft tissues in the back of the throat or the nasal passages. When the soft tissues relax or become swollen from allergies, the person snores in his or her sleep. An ENT specialist can help, usually by offering several non-invasive devices and solutions first and then by offering snoring surgery.
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About Allergic Rhinitis & Getting Treated

Posted on: 22 February 2016

Are you concerned because your nose has been running more frequently than usual? You might have a condition that is called allergic rhinitis, which can cause the symptom you are having and many others. An EMT specialist will be able to diagnose the problem and treat it. This article will explain more about allergic rhinitis and how a specialist can help you bring the symptoms under control. What is Allergic Rhinitis?
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Toddlers And Hearing Problems: How To Identify The Warning Signs Of Hearing Loss

Posted on: 3 November 2015

Children with hearing problems have a better chance at meeting developmental milestones if their condition is diagnosed and treated early. For this reason, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that you obtain a hearing screening for your child during the first month of their life. Follow-up screenings are just as important and should continue throughout the first decade of life, especially if your child fails any initial tests. Additionally, you should always be on the lookout for the warning signs of hearing loss, which include the following.
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