Balance Function Assessment and Management

Third Edition

Gary P. Jacobson, Neil T. Shepard, Kamran Barin, Robert F. Burkard, Kristen Janky, Devin L. McCaslin

Details: 650 pages, B&W, Hardcover, 8.5" x 11"

ISBN13: 978-1-63550-188-9

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Release Date: 01/15/2020

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The third edition of Balance Function Assessment and Management, the leading textbook on the subject, continues to comprehensively address the assessment and treatment of balance system impairments through contributions from top experts in the areas of dizziness and vertigo. Designed for use in graduate audiology programs and by practicing audiologists, this is also a valuable text for those in the fields of physical therapy, otolaryngology, and neurology.

 

New to the Third Edition

  • Reorganized with the expertise of four additional Editors: Kamran Barin, PhD, Robert F. Burkard, PhD, Kristen Janky, PhD, and Devin L. McCaslin, PhD
  • Three new chapters

o   The History of Vestibular System Assessment (Zalewski)

o   Balance Therapy in the Pediatric Population (Christy-Braswell)

o   Challenging Cases (Shepard)

  • All existing chapters have been revised and updated
  • An effort has been made to make the text more concise
  • Three new helpful appendices:

o   Appendix I covers the pathophysiology behind dizziness. The authors provide a list of disorders that cause symptoms of dizziness and balance disorders going from common peripheral disorders to rare central disorders. For each of the disorders a vignette is provided that provides the symptoms, test findings, treatments, prognosis and site-of-lesion.

o   Appendix II deals with the development of codes that are used for billing our services. The discussion includes the movement in the United States for changing to Alternative Payment Models, reimbursement based on quality of care and away from fee-for-service billing.

o   Appendix III provides an overview of Interprofessional Education (IPE) and Interprofessional Practice (IPP) and how the hope is that IPE will lead to IPP.

 

As with prior editions, the text comes with access to a PluralPlus companion website that contains videos of eye movements associated with the cases described in the text.

List of Videos

Preface

About the Editors

Contributors

 

Chapter 1. An Historical Perspective of the Perception of Vertigo and Dizziness and Vestibular Medicine

Christopher K. Zalewski

 

Chapter 2. Ontogeny of the Vestibular System and Balance

Timothy A. Jones and Sherri M. Jones

 

Chapter 3. Practical Anatomy and Physiology of the Ocular Motor System

Scott D. Z. Eggers

 

Chapter 4. Practical Anatomy and Physiology of the Vestibular System

Jamie M. Bogle and Robert Burkard

 

Chapter 5. Practical Biomechanics and Physiology of Balance

Lewis M. Nashner

 

Chapter 6. Clinical Neurophysiology of Vestibular Compensation

Kamran Barin

 

Chapter 7. The Vertigo Case History

Jay A. Gantz, Belinda C. Sinks, and Joel A. Goebel

 

Chapter 8. Assessing Dizziness-Related Quality of Life

Erin G. Piker, Gary P. Jacobson, and Craig W. Newman

 

Chapter 9. Bedside Assessment of the Vestibular System

Carrie W. Hoppes, Karen H. Lambert, and Devin L. McCaslin

 

Chapter 10. Eye Movement Recording and Ocular Motility Testing

Neil T. Shepard, Michael C. Schubert, and Scott D. Z. Eggers

 

Chapter 11. Positional Testing and Treatment

Richard A. Clendaniel

 

Chapter 12. Caloric Testing

Kamran Barin

 

Chapter 13. Rotational Vestibular Assessment

Christopher K. Zalewski

 

Chapter 14. The Video Head Impulse Test (vHIT)

Ian S. Curthoys, Hamish G. MacDougall, Leigh A. McGarvie, Konrad P. Weber, David Szmulewicz, Leonardo Manzari, Ann M. Burgess, and G. Michael Halmagyi

 

Chapter 15. Computerized Dynamic Posturography: Methodology & Interpretations

Lewis M. Nashner and Neil T. Shepard

 

Chapter 16. Vestibular-Evoked Myogenic Potentials (VEMPs)

Devin L. McCaslin and Gary P. Jacobson

 

Chapter 17. Electrocochleography (ECochG)

Paul R. Kileny and Devin L. McCaslin

 

Chapter 18. Pediatric Vestibular Testing

Kristen Janky and Neil T. Shepard

                                                    

Chapter 19. Vestibular Balance Therapy for Children

Jennifer B. Christy

 

Chapter 20. Medical Management of Vertigo That Is Otologic in Origin

Brian Neff and R. Mark Wiet

 

Chapter 21. Surgical Management of Vertigo That Is Otologic in Origin

R. Mark Wiet

 

Chapter 22. Neurologic Origins of Dizziness and Vertigo

Joseph M. Furman and Susan L. Whitney

 

Chapter 23. Behavioral Factors in Dizziness and Vertigo

Jeffrey P. Staab

 

Chapter 24. Vestibular Rehabilitation

Susan L. Whitney and Joseph M. Furman

 

Chapter 25. The Aging Vestibular System: Implications for Rehabilitation

Dara Meldrum and Courtney D. Hall

 

Chapter 26. Topographical Localization of Vestibular System Impairment

Gary P. Jacobson, Erin G. Piker, Richard A. Roberts, Devin L. McCaslin, and Nabih M. Ramadan

 

Chapter 27. Challenging Cases

Neil T. Shepard

 

Appendix I. Pathophysiology Signs and Symptoms of Dizziness

Neil T. Shepard

 

Appendix II. Coding and Billing

Robert Burkard, Neil Shepard, and Stuart Trembath

 

Appendix III. Interprofessional Education & Practice

Neil Shepard and Robert Burkard

 

Appendix IV. Specialty Rotational Vestibular Assessments

Christopher K. Zalewski

 

Index

Gary P. Jacobson

Gary P. Jacobson, PhD is Professor and Director of the Division of Audiology at the Vanderbilt Bill Wilkerson Center at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Prior to this he was the Director of the Division of Audiology, and Adjunct Staff in the Department of Neurology for the Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, Michigan.

He completed his undergraduate studies at California State University at Fullerton. He received his MS in Communicative Disorders (Audiology) at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and received has PhD from Kent State University. He served as the Chief of the Audiology and Speech Pathology Section (Neurology Service) at the VA Medical Center in Cincinnati from 1979-1988. During that time he served as both Director of the Evoked Potentials Laboratory and, Director of the Intraoperative Monitoring Program for the Department of Neurosurgery, University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Dr. Jacobson is a Past President of the American Society of Neurophysiological Monitoring, and has served on the Scientific Advisory Board and Board of Directors of the American Tinnitus Association. He is the past-editor of The American Journal of Audiology (American Speech-Language Hearing Association) and a past Assistant Editor (Evoked Potentials) for The Journal of the American Academy of Audiology (American Academy of Audiology). He is an Editorial Board member for the journals Brain Topography and Seminars in Hearing. He is an Ad Hoc reviewer for 10 other scientific journals. He has authored and co-authored over 100 publications that cover the areas of tinnitus, dizziness, auditory function, outcome measures development, brain mapping and intraoperative neurophysiology. He is co-editor of the text Handbook of Balance Function Testing. He is a Fellow of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association, and a recipient of the Jerger Career Award for Research in Audiology from the American Academy of Audiology.

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Neil T. Shepard

Neil T. Shepard, PhD is director of the Dizziness and Balance Disorders Program at Mayo Clinic - Rochester, Minnesota, and a professor of audiology in the Mayo Clinical School of Medicine. He received his undergraduate and master's training in electrical and biomedical engineering from University of Kentucky (Lexington, Kentucky) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, Massachusetts). He completed his PhD in auditory electrophysiology and clinical audiology from the University of Iowa (Iowa City, Iowa) in 1979. He has specialized in clinical electrophysiology for both the auditory and vestibular systems. Activity over the last 34 years has concentrated on the clinical assessment and rehabilitation of patients with balance disorders and clinical research endeavors related to both assessment and rehabilitation.

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Kamran Barin

Kamran Barin, PhD is Assistant Professor Emeritus, Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery and Department of Speech & Hearing Science, The Ohio State University. He established and served as the Director of Balance Disorders Clinic at the Ohio State University Medical Center for over 25 years until his retirement in June 2011. Dr. Barin received his Master’s and Doctorate degrees in Electrical/Biomedical Engineering from the Ohio State University. He has published over 80 articles and book chapters and has taught national and international courses and seminars in different areas of vestibular assessment and rehabilitation. Dr. Barin has served on the Board of Directors of the Vestibular Disorders Association (VeDA) since 2017 and is currently a consultant to Interacoustics and Bertec Corp. He previously served as a consultant to Otometrics.

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Robert F. Burkard

Robert Burkard, Ph.D., CCC-A is a Professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Science, University at Buffalo.  His research interests include calibration, auditory electrophysiology (in particular, auditory evoked potentials), vestibular/balance function/dysfunction, functional imaging and aging. His professional interests include health care economics and interprofessional education/practice.

 

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Kristen Janky

Kristen Janky, AuD, PhD, CCC-A is the clinical coordinator of Vestibular Clinical Services and Director of the Vestibular and Balance Research Laboratory at Boys Town National Research Hospital. She received her PhD from the University of Nebraska and completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Johns Hopkins University. Her research focus is on the clinical assessment of dizziness and balance disorders in patients of all ages, with a particular emphasis on vestibular assessment and management in the pediatric population.  She currently serves on the Editorial Board for the American Journal of Audiology and is President-Elect of the American Balance Society.

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Devin L. McCaslin

Devin L. McCaslin, PhD received a Master’s degree in Audiology from Wayne State University and a PhD in Hearing Science from The Ohio State University. He currently serves as the Director of the Vestibular and Balance Laboratory at Mayo Clinic in Rochester and is an Associate Professor in the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine. He has authored and coauthored publications that cover the areas of tinnitus, dizziness, auditory function, and outcome measures development. Dr. McCaslin’s major academic, clinical and research interests relate to clinical electrophysiology, vestibular assessment, and the application of artificial intelligence to manage and treat dizzy patients. He also serves as the Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of the American Academy of Audiology and is the Past President of the American Balance Society.

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Rotational Vestibular Assessment

First Edition

Christopher K. Zalewski

Details: 322 pages, Full Color, Softcover, 8.5" x 11"

ISBN13: 978-1-59756-797-8

© 2018 | Available

Rapid Interpretation of Balance Function Tests

First Edition

Michael J. Ruckenstein, Sherrie Davis

Details: 168 pages, B&W, Softcover, 6" x 9"

ISBN13: 978-1-59756-443-4

© 2015 | Available

Vestibular Testing Interpretation: Drill and Practice

First Edition

Matthew G. Crowson, Douglas B. Garrison, Kristal M. Riska, Debara L. Tucci, David Kaylie

Details: 145 pages, B&W, Spiral, 8.5" x 11"

ISBN13: 978-1-63550-105-6

© 2020 | Available

Manual of Pediatric Balance Disorders

Second Edition

Robert C. O'Reilly, Thierry Morlet, Sharon L. Cushing, Jacob R. Brodsky

Details: 400 pages, B&W, Softcover, 7" x 10"

ISBN13: 978-1-63550-146-9

© 2020 | Coming Soon

Release Date: 12/31/2019

Electronystagmography and Videonystagmography (ENG/VNG)

Second Edition

Devin L. McCaslin

Details: 278 pages, B&W, Softcover, 8.5" x 11", Includes videos

ISBN13: 978-1-63550-081-3

© 2020 | Available