This link will take you to videos by experts in their field. Below are some of the videos you can watch, plus more
Go to YouTube: Meniere's Support Group - Dizzy Anne
Associate Professor Rob Eisenberg
A/Prof Rob Eisenberg has extensive experience over a broad spectrum of surgical interests ranging from hearing and skull base surgery to thyroid and parathyroid surgery, rhinoplasty and head and neck cancer reconstruction.
As discipline lead for the University of Newcastle A/Prof Eisenberg runs the Temporal Bone Laboratory and collaborates closely with academics doing world leading research into hearing loss, dementia, balance disorders and implants.
A/Prof Eisenberg has been instrumental in establishing the microvascular Head and Neck reconstructive unit in the Hunter region enabling surgery for patients with more extensive cancers since 2002. As previous Department Head of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery he drove expansion of decentralised services to the Hunter-New England region and development of the Newcastle Head and Neck multidisciplinary team and clinic. In 2011 A/Prof Eisenberg instigated the HANCS Club(Head and Neck cancer Social Club) which was the first club of its kind, empowering head and neck cancer patients to take control and move on with their lives after treatment.
A/Prof Eisenberg established the HNE Skull Base Tumour Board which he currently chairs providing a world class multidisciplinary approach to this challenging area. He also chairs the Subcommittee for Indigenous Outreach of the Australian Society of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery for the Royal Australian College of Surgeons which is attempting to create a national body to improve outcomes by coordination of Indigenous ENT outreach.
What it is, causes, associated conditions and ways to manage it
· Completed her doctorate of physiotherapy at Boston University (USA), after completing her bachelors in kinesiology.
· She has 12+ clinical years’ experience working in the USA, New Zealand and in Australia.
Other Specific areas of clinical focus:
• Temporal Mandibular Joint Disorders (TMD)
• Persistent Pain
• Autonomic Dysregulation
• Vestibular Rehabilitation
Jason King is an ESSA Accredited Exercise Physiologist with Advance Rehab Centre (ARC) and has videod the benefits of Nordic walking for a variety of health conditions including Ménière's disease and other vestibular disorders.
In this video Jason has filmed the correct technique of Nordic Walking and compares it to regular walking.
His video is interesting, informative and food for thought for introducing something new into your exercise regime.
Please feel free to email me if you have any questions which I will pass on.
Q&A with five dizzies at various stages of their Journey
Bridgena, the moderator, questions the five panel members at various stages of their Meniere’s Journey- 1 year, 3 years, 5 years, 28 years and 33 years.
The questions asked focused on work, relationships, lifestyle changes, exercise and mental health.
We learn so much from their positive approach and attitude to living the best life they can, their new experiences and what it has taught them about themselves.
Who better to learn from than those living it.
Here is the link:
Dr Sean Flanagan
Dr Sean Flanagan is a renowned ENT. Sean is a dual fellowship trained ENT surgeon (otolaryngology head and neck surgery), sub-specialising in diseases of the ear, tumours of the skull base and in surgical correction of hearing loss including cochlear implantation and bone anchored hearing aids. He is equally comfortable in the management of paediatric ENT disorders.
More information can be found on:
Hosted by: Dr Celene McNeill Director, Healthy Hearing & Balance Care
Healthy Hearing & Balance Care is a private independent audiology practice.
Director Dr Celene McNeill leads a skilled and professional team focused on providing customised strategies for the prevention, assessment and rehabilitation of all hearing and balance disorders of children, adults and the elderly.
Dr Emma Laird is a researcher, educator, and audiologist at Soundfair. Her research interests focus on client mental health and illness within audiological rehabilitation and how to implement psychologically informed practice into hearing healthcare. Emma Laird is also trained in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Mental Health First Aid.
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