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Drive to fund research into the pathophysiology and therapy options of motion triggered Mal de Debarquement Syndrome aka MdDS

Drive to fund research into the pathophysiology and therapy options of motion triggered Mal de Debarquement Syndrome aka MdDS A picture of the Barany Conference 2018 with Dr.Dai (Assistant Professor Icahn School of Medicine, Mount Sinai, NYC, USA), who we honour and remember after he sadly passed away last February. Dr.Dai has dedicated his life to research Motion Sickness and MdDS. It is because of his work that patients can access OKN treatment. On the right side of the picture are Dr. Mucci and Dr.Yakushin.

The Mal de débarquement syndrome is a longstanding interest of mine. When I first read the work of Dr Dai and his colleagues, I was overjoyed they had developed a treatment for this syndrome, and more importantly had had successful outcomes. Prior to their work, there was no effective treatment which physiotherapists could offer these […]

Vale Dr Dai

Vale Dr Dai

It is with deep sadness Professor Sharpe heard of the passing of her friend and colleague Dr. Mingjia Dai, who lost his battle with cancer and passed away peacefully on February 7, 2019. Ref: http://mdds.nyc/ Professor Margie Sharpe visited Dr Dai in New York City at Mount Sinai Hospital in 2016 and spent time with […]