Margie discussed the idea of seeing a physiotherapist before any surgery or treatment to enable your body to prepare for changes to the vestibular nerve before an operation or significant event.
The Murray Mallee General Practice Network states its aim is sustainable and outcome focused health care in the Murray Mallee. Having been established in 1995 as a membership based organisation, incorporated in South Australia under the Associations Incorporation Act 1985, in practice, the Network delivers local health solutions through general practice, addressing gaps in health service provision for people who […]
The French Society of Vestibular Physiotherapy will hold its 3rd Congress in Lille, France at the Grand Palais on the 6th and 7th February 2015. Professor Margie H Sharpe is an invited keynote speaker ahead of an already impressive speaker list including Michel Lacour, Pierre-Paul Vidal, Alexandre Bisdorff, Elizabeth Vitte, Christine Aktouche, Dominique Gerbaulet and […]
BPPV is the most common inner ear disorder that affects more women than men, the prevalence of which is greater in the ageing population, and almost always idiopathic (unknown cause). It is a complex disorder defined as an abnormal sensation of movement that is provoked by specific head movements due to the dislodged utricular otoconia (calcium […]