Non-Vestibular Causes of Dizziness

Non-Vestibular Causes of Dizziness

Not all dizziness problems are caused by vestibular issues, in some cases, there are non-vestibular causes of dizziness. In this article, we will talk about some different causes of dizziness. Blood Sugar + Blood Pressure Levels If you are experiencing dizziness at...
My Path to Helping People With Vertigo

My Path to Helping People With Vertigo

People often ask me: Why did you decide to do this? Why does your practice focus only on patients with dizziness, vertigo, balance problems or falls? I respond that my specialty practice is powered by evidence and driven by empathy. The evidence behind Vestibular...
Depression and Dizziness

Depression and Dizziness

Depression and Dizziness: What is the Link? In this article, I discuss how depression and dizziness can be related. Depression can Contribute to Dizziness and Imbalance Patients who are experiencing depression may present with self-neglect and may fail to take...
Dental Vertigo: What Causes It?

Dental Vertigo: What Causes It?

Dental vertigo is a common complaint among my patients. Many of my patients experienced vertigo at or after the dentist. In this article, I will share five causes of dental vertigo. 1. Neck When you are reclined in the dental chair with your head turned to the side,...
Dizziness and the Inner Ear: The Relationship

Dizziness and the Inner Ear: The Relationship

More Common Later in Life Across the age spectrum, the peak incidence of problems due to dizziness and the inner ear is in the 50s and 60s and it stays high throughout the lifespan. This is simply because of the normal aging of the inner ear. People can have problems...

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