Alan Desmond, Hearing Health MattersDizziness Depot discusses hearing-related issues in general but focuses on the inner ear in particular. The inner ear is critical to balance, orientation and visual clarity during movement. As a result, inner ear, or vestibular, problems are the most common cause of dizziness. So, please ask a question or post a comment. Comment Policy


Lermoyez Syndrome: further mystifying Meniere’s disease

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Mal de Debarquement -Update

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Vestibular Evaluation: comprehensive vs. incomplete?

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Conversion to Horizontal Canal BPPV

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