Short Form Dizziness Questionnaire

  I am constantly looking for ways to make the path a little easier for the patient complaining of dizziness, and for the health care practitioners trying to help them. I have discussed on this blog in the past that it is imperative that the description go beyond simply describing the sensation as dizziness. The…

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The Three Types of “Dizziness”

Dizziness is a vague term that is used to describe a variety of sensations, including vertigo (a sensation of spinning), lightheadedness (a pre-faint feeling), disequilibrium (instability standing or walking), Oscillopsia (visual blurring with head movement) or disorientation (something just ain’t right). I did a whole series on this a couple of years ago. I have…

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