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Vestibular Disorders Association

a/k/a: VEDA


5018 NE 15th Ave
Portland, OR 97211





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The Vestibular Disorders Association (VEDA) is a national, non-profit organization dedicated to providing informational services and support to people with dizziness, balance disorders and related hearing problems. Established in 1983, the association provides educational materials about vestibular disorders and related topics, supports a network for people with dizziness and balance disorders, and engages in public and professional education. The association's quarterly newsletter provides current information about medical diagnosis, treatment, and research as well as tips on diet, exercise, safety, stress, and other issues that are important to people with vestibular disorders. Educational materials are available as short and longer documents (including books), videotapes and some Spanish documents. Lists of specialists for each state of the U.S. are also available.

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