Credits and Disclaimers
BC Balance and Dizziness gratefully acknowledges the hours and efforts of its dedicated volunteers, the medical doctors and rehabilitation specialists, e.g., audiologists and vestibular rehabilitation physiotherapists, tai chi and vestibular rehabilitation exercise instructors, and individuals and groups that support the work of the society.
NOTE: Mention of different professionals and service organizations or providers on this website does not imply that BC Balance and Dizziness endorses them or that they endorse BC Balance and Dizziness. Our mention of various individuals and organizations is an acknowledgement of their contributions, such as being guest speakers. Should you consider using services that these people provide, it should be with your own due diligence.
BC Balance and Dizziness does not endorse or recommend any of the websites, organizations and other resources linked to from this website; we are merely passing on suggestions made by our members and speakers.
BC Balance and Dizziness volunteers are not qualified to recommend anyone and we do not rank health professionals or make endorsements of any kind.
Most of the Disorders and Treatments section of this website is based on information provided by the Michigan Ear Institute in 2003 and was reviewed and revised in 2012 by: Nicole Acerra, PhD, Physiotherapy; Graham Bryce, MD (Neuro-Otologist); Mark Carpenter, PhD, Kinesiology; Neil Longridge, MD (Neuro-Otologist); and Art Mallinson, PhD, Neurophysiology.
Though the contents are accurate to the best of our ability, BC Balance and Dizziness disclaims responsibility for any errors or omissions herein.