52 min

Complementary & Alternative Medicine for Vestibular Disorders ICU - "I See You" - Vestibular Conversations

    • Medicine

In this episode of the ICU - "I See You" podcast, hosts and guests discuss complementary and alternative approaches to supporting your wellness as a person with vestibular dysfunction. If you’re like most people, when you aren’t feeling well you go to see your medical doctor, and hopefully they, in conjunction with other members of your healthcare team, create a treatment plan based on conventional medical practices. What many people don’t know is that when you support your overall wellness using complementary and alternative modalities, you are physically and mentally better able to cope with everyday stressors, and often respond better to conventional treatments. 

This podcast is a co-production of the Vestibular Disorders Association (VeDA) and Unfixed Media. https://unfixedmedia.com/

About the Guests:

Emily Englert is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner in Seattle, WA, an author and a wellness coach. Over six years ago she went through a chaotic health crisis with a vestibular condition that took her on a beautiful, and messy, healing journey, and which inspired her to tap into her healer nature. Emily believes that we should all be in the driver's seat when it comes to our health and wellness. She is a proponent of supporting healing from the inside out and addressing the root cause of the symptoms that create ill health in the body.

Dr. Kathleen Stross is one of the premier vestibular and neurological physical therapists in the US. Her physical therapy career began in 1989 and quickly focused on the treatment of people with vestibular dysfunction. She developed one of the first Vestibular Rehabilitation programs in the US, developing treatment techniques for those with dizziness and balance disorders. Kathleen’s neurosensory approach to physical dysfunction allows appreciation for the nervous system’s role in processing every stimulus and orchestrating all expression. 

VeDA relies on your support to help vestibular patients on their journey to find a life rebalanced. You can make a real difference by making a donation at https://vestibular.org/donate/

If you are experiencing vertigo, tinnitus, dizziness, imbalance, brain fog, or other balance-related symptoms, VeDA may be able to help. To learn more about vestibular conditions and get help finding a diagnosis, treatment, coping tools, and support visit https://vestibular.org/

For help finding a vestibular healthcare provider visit https://vestibular.org/healthcare-directory/

If you are a vestibular healthcare professional and want to reach more patients, join VeDA's Healthcare Provider Directory by becoming a member at https://vestibular.org/article/resources-for-professionals/professional-membership/. Additional benefits include patient education articles you can brand with your logo.

#LifeRebalanced #MakeVestibularVisible #Vertigo #Vestibular #Tinnitus #Dizzy #Balance

In this episode of the ICU - "I See You" podcast, hosts and guests discuss complementary and alternative approaches to supporting your wellness as a person with vestibular dysfunction. If you’re like most people, when you aren’t feeling well you go to see your medical doctor, and hopefully they, in conjunction with other members of your healthcare team, create a treatment plan based on conventional medical practices. What many people don’t know is that when you support your overall wellness using complementary and alternative modalities, you are physically and mentally better able to cope with everyday stressors, and often respond better to conventional treatments. 

This podcast is a co-production of the Vestibular Disorders Association (VeDA) and Unfixed Media. https://unfixedmedia.com/

About the Guests:

Emily Englert is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner in Seattle, WA, an author and a wellness coach. Over six years ago she went through a chaotic health crisis with a vestibular condition that took her on a beautiful, and messy, healing journey, and which inspired her to tap into her healer nature. Emily believes that we should all be in the driver's seat when it comes to our health and wellness. She is a proponent of supporting healing from the inside out and addressing the root cause of the symptoms that create ill health in the body.

Dr. Kathleen Stross is one of the premier vestibular and neurological physical therapists in the US. Her physical therapy career began in 1989 and quickly focused on the treatment of people with vestibular dysfunction. She developed one of the first Vestibular Rehabilitation programs in the US, developing treatment techniques for those with dizziness and balance disorders. Kathleen’s neurosensory approach to physical dysfunction allows appreciation for the nervous system’s role in processing every stimulus and orchestrating all expression. 

VeDA relies on your support to help vestibular patients on their journey to find a life rebalanced. You can make a real difference by making a donation at https://vestibular.org/donate/

If you are experiencing vertigo, tinnitus, dizziness, imbalance, brain fog, or other balance-related symptoms, VeDA may be able to help. To learn more about vestibular conditions and get help finding a diagnosis, treatment, coping tools, and support visit https://vestibular.org/

For help finding a vestibular healthcare provider visit https://vestibular.org/healthcare-directory/

If you are a vestibular healthcare professional and want to reach more patients, join VeDA's Healthcare Provider Directory by becoming a member at https://vestibular.org/article/resources-for-professionals/professional-membership/. Additional benefits include patient education articles you can brand with your logo.

#LifeRebalanced #MakeVestibularVisible #Vertigo #Vestibular #Tinnitus #Dizzy #Balance

52 min