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estibular (inner ear balance) disorders are surprisingly common. Due to a lack of awareness among medical professionals and the public, vestibular disorders are difficult to diagnose. Patients often spend 3-5 years and cycle through 7-9 doctors seeking a diagnosis. In the meantime, the patient continues to suffer physically, mentally and emotionally, sometimes becoming incapacitated and unable to perform basic daily functions.
 
VeDA has launched an advocacy effort with the goal of reducing the time it takes to diagnose a vestibular disorder, and we need your help. By answering our survey questions, you’ll be contributing to a body of data that can be used to evaluate the barriers to diagnosis, and to develop a plan to address them. With your help, VeDA can share the vestibular patient’s experience with the medical community. Together, we can implement systemic change to raise awareness about vestibular disorders, reducing diagnosis times and improving treatment effectiveness.
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estibular (inner ear balance) disorders are surprisingly common. Due to a lack of awareness among medical professionals and the public, vestibular disorders are difficult to diagnose. Patients often spend 3-5 years and cycle through 7-9 doctors seeking a diagnosis. In the meantime, the patient continues to suffer physically, mentally and emotionally, sometimes becoming incapacitated and unable to perform basic daily functions.
 
VeDA has launched an advocacy effort with the goal of reducing the time it takes to diagnose a vestibular disorder, and we need your help. By answering our survey questions, you’ll be contributing to a body of data that can be used to evaluate the barriers to diagnosis, and to develop a plan to address them. With your help, VeDA can share the vestibular patient’s experience with the medical community. Together, we can implement systemic change to raise awareness about vestibular disorders, reducing diagnosis times and improving treatment effectiveness.

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