Meniere’s Update #1

In my last post, I made the statement, “Meniere’s is poorly understood and not very responsive to treatment intended to regulate fluid pressure within the labyrinth. There are several theories regarding the cause of Meniere’s symptoms, but no one knows for sure.” I say this based on literature review, my years of experience, and I…

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Thoughts on Migraine Hypersensitivity

  As the director of a balance and vestibular clinic, I see many patients with complaints of dizziness, disorientation, and motion sensitivity related to migraine. We work closely with our neurology colleagues in managing these patients. The International Headache Society has an official classification of “vestibular migraine.” Let me start by saying that I am not…

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