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Migraine Associated Vertigo
In October of 2016, I experienced symptoms of dizziness that I would later find out would lead to a diagnosis of Vestibular Migraines and Vestibular Neuritis. Read more
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I was diagnosed with chronic vertigo, believed to be caused by a prescribed anti seizure medication to prevent temporary loss of vision in my right eye. The seizures were caused by an arteriovenous malformation (AVM) in my occipital lobe of my brain. The occipital lobe is the visual processing center of the brain. Read more
Ménière’s disease
Nicole is a military veteran and Meniere's patient who lost her career due to her illness. Read more
Migraine Associated Vertigo
It is reasonable to expect the doctor to recognize that science may not have all the answers to problems of health and healing. - Norman Cousins Healing in a matter of time, but it is sometimes also a matter of opportunity. - Hippocrates This is what the Lord says: I have heard your prayer and seen your tears. I WILL HEAL YOU. - 2 Kings 20:5 Read more
Vestibular Neuritis
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Perilymph Fistula
I went in for simple sinus surgery with a full active life, and woke up with my life turned upside down. Doctors were perplexed and some insinuated I was making my symptoms up. Only physical therapists 'got it'. Thanks to the doctors associated with VeDA I've been able to get a diagnosis, treatment and get a new life on track. Read more
Bilateral Vestibular Hypofunction (BVH)
After seven surgeries, Dawn's symptoms hadn't noticeably improved. Finally, she was diagnosed with bilateral vestibular dysfunction. She still requires a walking stick to get around, but she is starting to find purpose in life again. Read more
Acoustic Neuroma/Vestibular Schwannoma
My first bout with vestibular neuronitis was 17 years ago of which it took me 6-8 months to fully recover. Then in Sept 2015 I was vacationing in Aruba when it struck me again. I knew immediately what it was. I spent 7 days in the hospital until I was stable enough to get home. It’s been a long journey to get here to tell my story. Read more
Mal de Débarquement
A 6-day rowboat trip turned into a lifetime of rocking. I received great treatment at Mt. Sinai Hospital in NYC. Am I 100% cured? No, but I am significantly better. Read more
Secondary Endolymphatic Hydrops (SEH)
As a classical violinist and teacher, I depend on my ears as my main tool in playing and teaching. Endolymphatic hydrops has impacted my hearing, and more, my life. Read more

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