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Conditions We Treat

The Center for Balance and Dizziness Treats the Following Conditions for General dizziness and Imbalance

 

Dizziness and Balance Problems

You are not alone. Dizziness, vertigo, and imbalance are some of the most common complaints that seniors share with their doctor. Human balance involves coordinated input from the vestibular system (inner ear/vestibular), visual system, and the somatosensory system (joint sense/touch).

Unfortunately, dizziness and balance disorders lead to:

  • Falls/Decreased independence
  • Lack of stability/imbalance
  • Fear of falling
  • Inactivity/isolation
  • Increased risk of falling in and out of the home
  • Fatigue/decreased endurance
  • Decreased quality of life

Dizziness and/or imbalance are rarely caused by a single issue; many times, it is a combination of things. Frequently there is not a definitive cause of these symptoms, so they often go untreated. Our evaluation techniques identify problems in your three balance systems making treatment successful.

Vestibular Migraine balance problems treated by The Center for Balance and Dizziness

Vestibular Migraine

Vestibular migraines are very common, yet not often diagnosed. Symptoms include dizziness, motion intolerance, vertigo attacks, sensitivity to light and sound, imbalance and more

Vestibular Migraine balance problems treated by The Center for Balance and Dizziness

Parkinson's Disease

Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a chronic and progressive movement disorder, meaning that symptoms continue and worsen over time.

Vestibular Migraine balance problems treated by The Center for Balance and Dizziness

Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an immune system disease that affects the central nervous system (the balance system).

Vestibular Migraine balance problems treated by The Center for Balance and Dizziness

Cancer Treatments

Cancer treatment side effects on the central nervous system are common and can linger long after treatment is complete.

Vestibular Migraine balance problems treated by The Center for Balance and Dizziness

Cardiac Surgery

Dizziness and balance symptoms often are a result of a virus or infection that inflames the inner ear or the vestibular (balance) nerve that connects the inner ear to the brain.

Vestibular Migraine balance problems treated by The Center for Balance and Dizziness

Concussion/Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

You do not have to strike your head to suffer from a concussion or traumatic brain injury. The damage is done by movement of your brain against your skull.

Vestibular Migraine balance problems treated by The Center for Balance and Dizziness

Menier's Disease

Meniere’s disease is an inner ear disorder that produces a recurring set of symptoms.

Vestibular Migraine balance problems treated by The Center for Balance and Dizziness

Vestibular Neuritis/Labrynthitis

Dizziness and balance symptoms often are a result of a virus or infection that inflames the inner ear or the vestibular (balance) nerve that connects the inner ear to the brain.

Vestibular Migraine balance problems treated by The Center for Balance and Dizziness

Ear Rocks/Positional Vertigo

Has anyone ever mentioned to you that you might have your ear rocks out? BPPV is the most common cause of vertigo, which is a false sensation of spinning (ie. room spinning). 

Vestibular Migraine balance problems treated by The Center for Balance and Dizziness

Neck Pain/Cervical Dizziness

Cervicogenic dizziness and balance problems are brought on because of neck pain, stiffness, and a lack of head range of motion.

Vestibular Migraine balance problems treated by The Center for Balance and Dizziness

Sea Legs/Disembarkment Syndrome

Mal de Debarquement syndrome is the feeling of imbalance or dizziness after traveling by car, ship/boat, train, or airplane.

Vestibular Migraine balance problems treated by The Center for Balance and Dizziness

Stroke and TIAs

A stroke occurs when the blood supply to part of your brain is interrupted or severely reduced, depriving brain tissue of oxygen and nutrients.

Contact Us

If you're experiencing balance or dizziness issues, contacting The Center for Balance and Dizziness in Cincinnati, OH, can be a crucial step towards improving your health. This specialized center offers expert diagnosis and treatment for balance-related disorders. To get in touch, you can visit their website for detailed information or call their office directly for an appointment. Their experienced team of healthcare professionals provides personalized care, using advanced diagnostic tools and therapy techniques. The center also offers educational resources to help you understand your condition better. Reaching out to them can lead to effective management of your symptoms and a significant improvement in your quality of life.

Phone

Anderson
Phone: 513-231-2700
Fax: 513-231-2666

Blue Ash
Phone: 513-891-0934
Fax: 513-891-1321

 

Address

Anderson
7685 Beechmont Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45255
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Blue Ash
9402 Towne Square Ave STE C
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Directions

 

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