What do you mean by dizzy?

When working in a balance disorders laboratory it never fails that when you ask... Read More

Persistent Postural-Perceptual Dizziness: A New Diagnosis

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

I Got 99 Ways to Treat BPPV, and Meclizine Ain’t One

Yes, I am paraphrasing Jay Z to discuss effective treatment of BPPV. It is... Read More

Could Your Bifocals Increase Your Risk of Falling?

Falls are an extremely common problem that can result in significant injury, decreased quality... Read More

Dizziness and Driving

It is not unusual for patients to ask about their ability to drive after... Read More


Sensory Conflict -Priorities

This week’s post is an excerpt from my book: Vestibular Function: Clinical and Practice... Read More

The OculoMotor Test Battery

For those of you who have had a Videonystagmography (VNG) or Electronystagmography (ENG) exam,... Read More

Vestibular Migraine (Part III)

By Christa Browning (Editor’s note: This paper was submitted by Ms. Browning as a... Read More

Ramsey Hunt Syndrome

AKA: Herpes Zoster Oticus Ramsey Hunt Syndrome (RHS) is named after the physician of... Read More

The Evolution of Canalith Repositioning

In the several years after Brandt and Daroff published their classic article, Physical therapy... Read More


Do Hearing Aids Improve Balance?

A couple of years ago, I published a post on this blog about a... Read More

Audiometric Patterns in Vestibular Disease

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

Vertigo -Hollywood Edition

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

Clinical Signs: Superior Canal Dehiscence

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