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Living with a Vestibular Disorder

Living with a Vestibular Disorder

The wonderful thing about my situation is that because I understand vertigo and it’s multi-factorial causes so clearly, I’ve been able to navigate through a difficult exacerbation of my health symptoms and advocate for myself as I continue to seek out care from specialist providers.

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What Now?

What Now?

Had I not suffered so deeply for so many years, I would not have been as motivated to master this material and further develop new ideas and strategies to help myself feel better.

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Summer Heat and Migraine Dizziness

Summer Heat and Migraine Dizziness

Anyone who suffers with migraines, like I do, knows that certain "triggers" can set off a migraine episode. My list of migraine triggers is well-known to my close family and friends, so they can all help me avoid being exposed to anything that will make my head hurt...

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Laugh With Me!

Laugh With Me!

While recovering from a labral tear of my hip which required extensive surgery to repair, I experienced the powerful healing benefits of laughter. It changed my life, so I invite you to laugh with me!

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Taking a Stand to Prevent Falls

Taking a Stand to Prevent Falls

Tonight’s the night! I am pleased to be offering a Stein Public Lecture called “Taking a Stand to Prevent Falls” at UC San Diego Center for Healthy Aging on the issue of falls in the aging population and evidence-based strategies to reduce fall risk.

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Listening Deeply

Listening Deeply

The most important thing I do is listen. I listen very deeply to what the patient tells me. I believe there is a healing that occurs when people feel seen and heard by someone who truly cares for their well-being and is dedicated to discovering and relieving all the causes of their suffering.

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