It appears one of the Ducks ' major off-season questions has been answered.

Goalie Jonas Hiller says he is no longer suffering from the vertigo symptoms that plagued him last season and expects to attend training camp next month.

The All-Star goalie said Friday he's been practicing without symptoms in his native Switzerland since July 10 and is eager to be back on the ice with his teammates after sitting out almost the entire second half of last season.

"It's great to feel better," Hiller said. "It's been a long process but I feel great, and I'm ready to help this team win."

Even though doctors were unable to pinpoint what exactly caused him to have vertigo, the 29-year-old is confident he will be healthy this season. Hiller said taking part in more than a month of training sessions similar to NHL practices has convinced him that he's ready to reclaim his spot in the Ducks' crease.

That's good news for the Ducks, who are counting on Hiller to shoulder the majority of the goaltending duties once again after having to rely on Ray Emery and Dan Ellis last season.