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Hearing Loss: an Unheard of Falls Risk Factor

Recently we discussed multi-sensory dizziness and imbalance, reviewing how balance is maintained, as well... Read More

Practitioner’s Guide to the Dizzy Patient

Vestibular Specialists know a few things. We know that when a patient complains of... Read More

Multi-sensory dizziness and imbalance

The ability to maintain equilibrium is essential for survival and as such is redundant,... Read More

Vestibular Compensation

Vestibular compensation is often referred to as central compensation.  In the world of vestibular... Read More

Dizziness and COVID-19

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has changed society as we know it. We have social... Read More

DIZZINESS & BALANCE

Meclizine – Condensed

Back in 2013, I did a three part series reviewing the literature regarding the... Read More

Vestibular Schwannoma – Science Meets Real Life

Let Me Introduce You This week’s blog required little writing, but it does require some... Read More

Conversion to Horizontal Canal BPPV

Since we discussed Horizontal Canal (HC) BPPV last week while discussing descriptive analogies we... 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

CPG for Acute Vertigo? Part II

We continue this week with our “faux” Clinical Practice Guideline for Acute Vertigo. There... Read More

HEARING LOSS

Hearing Loss: A Personal Story

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

Do Hearing Aids Improve Balance?

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

Lightning Strike and Dizziness

Interesting Case Last week, I saw a very pleasant, intelligent young man referred to... Read More

Clinical Signs: Superior Canal Dehiscence

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