Alan Desmond, Hearing Health MattersBrady Workman, Dizziness DepotDizziness 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


“Just Say No” to a Code for vHIT

Think you want a code for vHIT? Think again.   Currently there is no... Read More

Persistent Postural-Perceptual Dizziness: A New Diagnosis

Persistent Postural-Perceptual Dizziness (PPPD) is a new diagnosis that is unfamiliar to many health... Read More

Bogus Balance Billing Busted in Brooklyn

Last week I attended a meeting of the American Medical Association (AMA) where we... Read More

What Happens to the Otoconia (Rocks, Particles, Crystal, Otoliths) After the Epley Manuever?

Canalith Repositioning (CRP), more commonly referred to as the Epley maneuver, has become the... Read More

Vestibular Schwannoma, Acoustic Neuroma: Common Findings for an Uncommon Diagnosis

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Anxiety and Dizziness –the Research

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Vestibular Brain Droppings, Part II

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