Friday 9 August 2013


Rehabilitation of gait and balance during a vestibular rehabilitation program requires motor learning and thus practice and feedback. In conventional rehabilitation it is difficult for patients to gain feedback when performing balance exercises which can be repetitive and boring. Force plate technology has been used in the clinical setting to provide visual and auditory feedback during balance re-education and has shown some promising results. Virtual reality, defined as a high-end-computer interface that involves real time simulation and interactions through multiple sensorial channels' is also being investigated in laboratory settings. Virtual reality provides feedback and also allows a more stimulating and enriching environment than usual rehabilitation. It can measure and track exercise, and allows virtual experience of activities the patient might otherwise not attempt.

Virtual reality (VR) training that provides optic flow stimuli and visuo-vestibular conflict has been suggested as a way to treat patients with inappropriate visual dependece (sometimes called visual vertigo even though spinning sensation is often absent).Avocational activities can also be excellent for vestibular rehabilitation. In general, activities should involve using the eyes while the head and body are in motion. Of course, many avocational activities require this -- golf, bowling, tennis, racquetball, ping-pong, etc. The trick is to find one that is fun, safe, and somewhat stimulating. Just walking around the block looking from side to side may be a useful activity. Dancing is of course, an excellent vestibular rehabilitative activity.



  1. On behalf our Medical Advance Research Foundation, a Charitable, research unit, we are doing free ENT Medical Power point Presentation and Virtual Reality Therapy (Treatment without Medicine).

    We are assessing and giving Diet Chart and Virtual Reality for,

    1.Snoring and Sleeping problems
    2.Vertigo (Giddiness), Noise in the Ear and Deafness
    3. Breathing problem, Asthma and Allergy
    4. Virtual Reality therapy for prevention of Dementia and Parkinsonism

    This programme is for one hour, and another half to one hour personal interaction.

    We are in Trichy 4th , 5th and 6th October 2013. and staying at Tamil Nadu Hotel. WE are doing virtual reality programme at trichy with the help of Tamil Nadu Science and Technology Department, Lions Club and Rotary Club.

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  3. Human Internet Interaction seminar
    Date: 31/08/2013
    Timing: 3.00 p.m. To 6.00 p.m.
    Venue: Siva ENT Hospital, No. 159, Lloyd’s Road, Royapettah,
    Chennai – 14. Phone no. 28116807

    Inauguration of Virtual Reality online Magazine presentation by Mr.K.Karthik
    Introduction of Human internet interface Dr.M.Kumaresan
    Human internet vertigo therapy presentation by Mrs.V.Rajeshwari
    Human internet therapy Voice care presentation by Mr.M.Chandran
    Human internet therapy Sinusitis presentation by Mrs.K.Vanathi
    New development in virtual reality therapy Dr. Shankar Ganesh
    Virtual Reality and Human Activity by J.C.David
    Remarks on human brain and relevance of internet
    Prof.S.A.R.Prasanna Venkata Chariyar Chadurvedi
    All are welcome admission free. It is a rare opportunity. First time in the world creating “human internet”. Participants can contribute to
    Virtual reality Online Magazine.
    Contact number: 8189815188
    Organizing Committee Maruthuva Ariviyal Kazhagam
    President: Dr.Kamali Sripal
    Vice President: Mrs.Manimegalai Kannan,
    Organizing Secretary: Dr.M.Kumar
    World Tamil Centers
    Prof.Paris Jamal, Thiru.Thanga Kamaraj, Dr.M.Kumaresan