Diagnosing and Treating Dizziness and Balance Conditions
Balance disturbances can include: dizziness, vertigo, imbalance, blurred vision, and brain fog. We offer comprehensive assessments by utilizing our state-of-the-art diagnostic testing lab and using a multidisciplinary approach by working closely with your Primary Care Physician, Ear Nose and Throat Physician, Neurologist.
Once we determine the source of your problem, we then partner with on-site Physical Therapists specializing in balance rehabilitation to develop the most effective treatment. This approach is what separates us from standard medical intervention, which rely heavily upon medications that suppress the central nervous system response, causing drowsiness and prolonging balance issues, not treating the underlying condition.
Audiologists are the only clinicians that are specifically trained to evaluate vestibular disorders of the inner ear.
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