Complementary & Alternative Medicine

About The Webinar & Panel

Many people with chronic vestibular dysfunction have found that by making changes to their lifestyle and managing their overall wellness they are less likely to experience symptoms, and better able to cope when symptoms do arise. In this session we will present evidence about Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) treatment approaches – such as dietary changes, supplements, body manipulation and exercise - and explain when they are and are not recommended. Stay online after the presenter Q&A and there will be a panel discussion about natural treatments moderated by Laura Cala and featuring Alicia Wolf and Toby Henson.

  • Dr. Kathleen Stross attended the University of Texas at Austin, received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas and her Master of Science in Neurological Physical Therapy from Texas Woman's University in Houston, Texas.  After 30 years of clinical practice, she completed her doctorate degree at the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center. Kathleen is the owner of In Harmony Physical Therapy in Houston, Texas, providing treatment to clients seeking advanced neurological and vestibular therapies. She is cofounder of Fit Fascia Solutions and My Holistic Health Plan, bringing wellness and lifestyle solutions to people of all ages. Her holistic approach is supported by advanced training in functional medicine, health coaching, myofascial therapies, and image psychology. Dr. Stross also serves as President of the VeDA Board of Directors.

  • Kathleen Stross, DPT, CHC


  • Danielle Tate DPT

    Webinar Moderator

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