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Balance Disorders

Balance problems can stem from dizziness, light-headedness, weakness, or lack of coordination, and often can lead to falls. It's a pervasive problem but one that has not been thoroughly studied, perhaps in part because of the difficulties in determining the cause. Stanford has launched a new Balance Center, making it one of the few medical centers in the country to offer an interdisciplinary program for comprehensive testing and community outreach. A panel of experts discusses the causes and treatments for balance disorders. Speakers: Specialists from the Stanford Balance Center


Facial Paralysis and Restoring Movement

This talk discussed the impact of facial paralysis on patients and reviewed current treatments. Speaker: Jon-Paul Pepper, MD

I'm Sorry, Can You Repeat That?

Updated 2013

Hearing loss is a condition that affects millions of people annually, and it has a variety of causes. This talk focuses on the most common kinds of hearing loss and the most current and revolutionary ways they are being treated. Speaker: Robert Jackler, MD



Stanford's Initiative to Cure Hearing Loss

Stanford School of Medicine has committed to an initiative to cure hearing loss. Rapid advances in the bioscience and technology of hearing (many of which originated at Stanford) make it realistic to envision a cure within a foreseeable time horizon. This talk focuses on these advances and the multidisciplinary research effort to bring a biological cure for major forms of hearing loss, as well as review today's state-of-the art medical treatments and emerging technologies to improve the lives of those with hearing impairments. Speaker: Robert Jackler, MD


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