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Dr. Gans in Guatemala

Dr. Gans made several presentations at leading Guatemala City hospitals and spent several days consulting and seeing patients with Dr.Michel Nuyens and Dra. Patricia Castellanos de Munoz at the distinguished Diagnostico Vestibular Clinic, the AIB Affiliate in Guatemala.

AIB Presents at Academy Conference

AIB Doctors have just returned from San Diego where they presented at the American Academy of Audiology meeting. Dr. Gans presented on pediatric vestibular topics and vestibular rehabilitation; and Dr. Tarver presented a number of very interesting case studies with Dr. Richard Roberts in a Featured Session presentation.  Dr. Gans’s and Dr. Tarver’s presentations were both very well attended and received. To download the references for Dr. Tarver’s Audiology Now 2010 presentation please visit the Publications section of our website!

Classification of Audiovestibular Symptoms Related to Migraine, Part 3: Benign Paroxysmal Vertigo of Childhood

by Richard E. Gans, PhD Hearing Review – November 2002 Benign Paroxysmal Vertigo of Childhood is a childhood vestibular disorder that manifests itself as recurrent spontaneous episodes ofvertigo in otherwise healthy children. This article, the final one in a three-part series, covers the topics of BPVC and BPVC with torticollis. Read the Article

Vestibular Services in your Practice – Why & How

Gans, R. (2010). “Vestibular Services in Your Practice – Why & How”, Audiology Practices, Vol 2:1 Dr. Gans’s article published in Audiology Practices regarding the opportunities a dizzy/balance service provide to the typical audiology practice. Gans, R. (2010). “Vestibular Services in Your Practice – Why & How”, Audiology Practices, Vol 2:1