Readers’ Choice 2021: Atypical Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)

Dear Readers: During this holiday season, the editors at Hearing Health & Technology Matters... Read More

The Role of Skull Vibration in Vestibular Testing

We have completed skull vibration testing as part of our clinical protocol for several... Read More

A Modified Epley Maneuver Case Report

Editors Note: This is a coauthored case report with one of our Audiology Doctoral... Read More

Vestibular Implant: A Modern Treatment Option for Bilateral Vestibular Loss

The vestibular system has two primary roles: to provide visual stability during head movements... Read More

When the Dix-Hallpike (and everything else) is Negative

It is not uncommon to have a patient describing a history consistent with current... Read More


Treatments for Meniere’s disease: Fact, Fiction or Biological Plausibility? Part VII

    Ventilating tubes (Myringotomy and tubes) This is a practice that I have never been... Read More

ENG versus VNG: Part VI

Cost-Effectiveness VNG using infrared video recordings offer several advantages in terms of patient flow... Read More

Pitfalls of Adding Vestibular Services – Part III

Fraud and abuse in vestibular function testing   Last week we discussed some of... Read More

What is the role of the Video Head Impulse Test in Vestibular Assessment?

I was recently reading an article titled Evaluating the Diagnostic Accuracy of the Head... Read More

Why are Vestibular Specialists so Hard to Find? Part II

Last week we began the discussion about why there are so few vestibular specialists,... Read More


Hearing Loss and Fall Risk: More Questions than Answers

Last week I posted a short blurb about a recent Johns Hopkins study linking... Read More

Vertigo -Hollywood Edition

A few years ago, we took a family trip to New York City for... Read More

Hearing Loss: A Personal Story

The Natural Progression of the Hard of Hearing: A Personal Story This week I... Read More

Audiometric Patterns in Vestibular Disease

        All audiologists have an audiometer. So what can you do... Read More

Clinical Signs: Superior Canal Dehiscence

When performing an exam for Superior Canal Dehiscence (SCDS), you may have two different... Read More