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Having Issues With Balance Or Dizziness? Your Ears Could Be The Cause.

Balance Tests & Treatment

Audiologists are almost always the first place to go when you are feeling dizzy, because most often, dizziness starts with your ears.


VEDANTA SPEECH and HEARING HEALTHCARE is a center for of Balance Certified Center of Specialty Care. This means we use advanced clinical protocols with the most up-to-date technology to provide the most sophisticated level of care in the field of vestibular science. In other words, we know how to help!

Dizziness can be a frustrating problem. When you come to our clinic our highly trained doctors of audiology will do a thorough evaluation to help pinpoint what is causing the problem. Several different conditions can cause dizziness. The first step in assessing dizziness is to fully understand the patient’s medical history. So we will ask you some questions and then get into the balance testing that you need.

What We Do To Help

Our audiologists offer safe and comfortable balance evaluations. If you feel woozy, imbalanced, or the sensation of spinning, our audiologists will do special hearing tests and eye-movement tests to evaluate your inner ear function as well as your central nervous system function.

Our clinicians care about improving the lives and well-being of our patients. That’s why we provide the gold standard in balance testing. We partner with top specialists in otology, neurotology, physical therapy, psychology, and other related fields to get the best possible outcomes for every patient.

The Examination

Here are lists of most of the types of testing we do:

  • A Hearing Test
  • Your balance system is part of the ear. It’s important to test both systems thoroughly when you have balance problems.
  • The purpose of this test is to determine if the vestibular (inner ear) or the neurological system is the cause of a balance disorder. When someone is turning their head, the vestibular system sends continuous signals to the brain, updating it on the head's position
  • Electrocochleography (ECoOG)
  • This non-invasive test measures waveforms generated by the inner ear and auditory nerve in response to sound.
  • This non-invasiveneurophysiological assessment technique is used to determine the function of the otolithic organs of the inner ear. It complements the information provided by caloric testing and other forms of inner ear testing. There are two different types of VEMPs. (oVEMP and cVEMP) We do both.
  • This computerized test evaluates how well sounds travel along the hearing nerve pathways from the ear to the brainstem
  • This test measures eye movements and the muscles that control them.
  • ENG Test
  • This test measures eye movements and the muscles that control them, or imaging studies of your head and brain.
  • These balance tests measure how your eyes move in response to different positions, and shifting patterns on a screen.
Discover How Balance Tests Can Help You

Our expert clinicians are trained to determine relatively quickly whether a patient’s problem with dizziness can be treated in the office or needs to be referred to a different specialist. In most cases, the audiologist is the first step on the pathway to feeling better.

Don’t wonder if you or your loved ones have hearing loss; find out for sure with a hearing test. Vedanta Speech and Hearing Healthcare is ready to help you or your loved one hear better. It all starts with an honest conversation about your hearing and a hearing test.