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References for Dizziness and balance problems

We used the following sources of medical evidence and information for the Dizziness and balance problems booklet, and for our fact sheet on Vestibular rehabilitation exercises:

Online search as per References and Sources of Medical Evidence and Information page:

  • Timothy, C., Hain, MD., 2009, Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, [online] Available at www.dizziness-and-balance.com/disorders/bppv/bppv.html [Accessed 02/07/2009]
     
  • NHS Evidence, 2008, 2nd edition, Migraine related vertigo: classification and diagnostic criteria, National library of guidelines. Available at www.evidence.nhs.uk [Accessed 19/11/2009]
     
  • Vestibular Disorders Association, 2007. Dizziness from Non- Vestibular Causes, Available at http://vestibular.org/vestibular-disorders/causes-of-dizziness [Accessed 03/08/2009]
     
  • Dizziness and balance problems ,1998, Brain and Spine Foundation
     
  • Balance interest group, 2003, Diagnostic tests, Available at www.balancenetwork.org [Accessed 18/06/2009]
     
  • Balance interest group,2003, Diagnostic testing explained, Available at www.balancenetwork.org [Accessed 18/06/2009]
     
  • Balance interest group,2003, Medical management, Available at www.balancenetwork.org [Accessed 18/06/2009]
     
  • Balance interest group, 2003, frequently asked questions, Available at www.balancenetwork.org [Accessed 18/06/2009]
     
  • Balance interest grouo,2003, emergency frequently asked questions, Available at www.balancenetwork.org [Accessed 18/06/2009]
     
  • The Wellington Hospital, 2007, Vestibular balance testing-patient guide. 

Thank you

We would like to thank everyone who contributed to this booklet, especially Rosalyn Davies (Consultant Audiovestibular Physician), Anne Rodger and the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists Interested in Vestibular Rehabilitation, Johanna Beyts (Senior Vestibular Scientist), Doris-Eva Bamiou (Consultant in Neuro-otology), Anne Bowden, Millie Collett, and Gillian Lappin.



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