Additional Resources on Vestibular Disorders, Evaluation, and Rehabilitiation
ASHA Policy Documents
- Akin, F.W., & Murnane, O.D. (2006, February 7). Vestibular disorders and audiology. The ASHA Leader, 11(2), 5, 21.
- Barin, K. (1992). Clinical posturography. American Journal of Audiology, 1(4), 13–14.
- Callan, D.E., Lasky, R.E., & Fowler, C.G. (1999). Neural networks applied to retrocochlear diagnosis. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 42, 287–299.
- Danhauer, J., & Celani, K. (2008). Use of a hearing and balance screening survey with local primary care physicians. American Journal of Audiology, 17, 3–13.
- Dye, D. (2008, June/July). Rehabilitation options for patients with dizziness and imbalance. Access Audiology, 7(4).
- Furman, J., & Cass, S.P. (2003). Vestibular disorders: A case study approach. New York: Oxford University Press.
- Guangwei, Z., & Cox, L.C. (2004). Vestibular evoked myogenic potentials. American Journal of Audiology, 13, 135–143.
- Handelsman, J. (2007, February 13). The impact of ototoxicity on the vestibular system: Inner ear damage can be a side effect of some medications. The ASHA Leader, 12(2), 4–5.
- Handelsman, J., & El-Kashlan, H. (2006, July/August). Dizziness and migraine. Access Audiology, 5(3).
- Handelsman, J.A. (2005, February 8). Evaluating patients with dizziness and unsteadiness: A team approach. The ASHA Leader, pp. 6–7, 21–22.
- Herdman, S.J. (2007). Vestibular rehabilitation (3rd ed.). Philadelphia: Davis.
- Kander, M., & White, S. (2004, December 14). Medicare fee schedule issued for 2005: Rates rise for vestibular function tests, cochlear implant procedures. The ASHA Leader, 9(22), pp. 3, 20.
- Pool, A., Rose, D., & Green, J.D., Jr. (1994). Clinical results of the modified canalith repositioning maneuver. American Journal of Audiology, 3(1), 55–57.
- Shepard, N.T. (2007, May 29). Dizziness and balance disorders: The role of history and laboratory studies in diagnosis and management. The ASHA Leader, 12(7), 6–7, 16–17.
- Shepard, N.T., & Telian, T.A. (1996). Practical management of the balance disorder patient. San Diego, CA: Singular.
Patient Education Materials
The following websites and related information are provided for the convenience of our readers. ASHA does not endorse specific programs, products, or services.
The American Institute of Balance
8200 Bryan Dairy Road, Suite 340
Largo, FL 33777
727-398-5728 (Phone), 727-398-4914 (Fax)
Atlanta Ear Clinic
Suite 470, 980 Johnson Ferry Road
Atlanta, GA 30342
Chicago Dizziness and Hearing
645 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 410
Chicago, IL 60611
312-274-0197 (Phone), 312-376-8707 (Fax)
Emory University Rehabilitation Medicine
Division of Physical Therapy
1441 Clifton Road N.E., Suite 170
Atlanta, GA 30322
200 First Street S.W.
Rochester, MN 55905
NeuroCom International, Inc.
9570 SE Lawnfield Road
Clackamas, OR 97015
800-767-6744 (US only)
Vestibular Disorders Association
P.O. Box 13305
Portland, OR 97213-0305
800-837-8428 (Phone), 503-229-7705 (Phone)