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Role of Audiologists in Vestibular and Balance Rehabilitation: Position Statement

... Guidelines on the Role of Audiologists in Vestibular and Balance Rehabilitation: ... a multidisciplinary team managing patients with balance disorders and/or dizziness.

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 1999
Document Type:: Position Statement
doi: 10.1044/policy.PS1999-00037
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Role of Audiologists in Vestibular and Balance Rehabilitation: Guidelines

Assurances that balance system assessments as well as vestibular and balance rehabilitation techniques are performed in a safe and comfortable environment.

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 1999
Document Type:: Guidelines
doi: 10.1044/policy.GL1999-00015
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Balance System Assessment

Balance system assessment” refers to a series of procedures designed to evaluate ... “Balance assessment” refers to the evaluation of vestibular and extravestibular ( ...

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 1992
Document Type:: Guidelines, Knowledge and Skills, Position Statement
doi: 10.1044/policy.GLKSPS1992-00032
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Role of Audiologists in Vestibular and Balance Rehabilitation: Technical Report

... and procedures necessary to determine the need for gait and balance exercise activities based on balance and gait assessment as part of the overall vestibular and ...

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 1999
Document Type:: Technical Report
doi: 10.1044/policy.TR1999-00045
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Preferred Practice Patterns for the Profession of Audiology

providing general information about auditory and balance processes and related disorders and ... note of problems with hearing, balance, tinnitus, and speech-language

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 2006
Document Type:: Preferred Practice Patterns
doi: 10.1044/policy.PP2006-00274
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