That's kind of what I was thinking--as things progress, I feel like I need to be more pro-active about it.
I have felt, also, that part of how unsteady I feel has to do with knee and back issues I've had that are separate from the AN, especially my knees. I've had some cartilage wear on my left knee for years now, and then in 2013, a few weeks before I saw the neurologist leading to my diagnosis, I fell hard and tore the meniscus in my right knee. Since I was in the process for my AN, and I had very limited insurance, I just sucked it up and limped for 5 months, so it was hard to tell how much of my gait was AN balance issues and how much was bad knee issues.
Nowadays, I've also developed a bad sciatic nerve condition, so I'm all kind of jacked up, which doesn't help me be steady on my feet.
Fortunately, I had my torn meniscus repaired and I'm going to have an injection in my back to try to help alleviate some of the pain there.
I'm planning to move out to Arizona, hopefully by the end of August, and I'll have to get set up with a phalanx of doctors out there. I'm glad the Barrow Institute is out there, if I have any further issues with my AN, but I may try to squeeze in a balance evaluation with my current ENT before I leave.