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Thu, Mar 25



Michigan Medicine Pediatric Vestibular Clinic: Explained!

Delayed motor skills, blurred vision, more falls, avoidance of activities, or reports of dizziness or a spinning sensation... Learn about Michigan Medicine Pediatric Vestibular Clinic as they explain testing, diagnosis, and therapies for Vestibular System Loss (Inner Ear Balance Loss).

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Michigan Medicine Pediatric Vestibular Clinic: Explained!
Michigan Medicine Pediatric Vestibular Clinic: Explained!

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Mar 25, 2021, 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM



About the Event

Children who are deaf or hard of hearing are at greater risk for delayed motor skills, blurred vision, and falls. They may be more likely to feel dizzy, feel spinning sensation, or may even avoid certain activities. Vestibular system loss (inner ear balance loss) may cause these symptoms. Megan Cherry, Au.D., CCC-A and Dr. Patricia L. Purcell, MD, MPH from the Michigan Pediatric Vestibular Clinic experts will discuss symptoms, testing, and physical therapy. They will share their medical perspectives on diagnosis and treatment in an interactive format. 

Submit questions prior to this session to This session will be recorded and can be viewed on Michigan Hands & Voices Youtube channel at a later date. Michigan Hands & Voices members will receive notification when it is available (See "Membership" on website. Scholarships are available.)


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