Dizziness & Imbalance

Are you feeling queasy? It may be your ears

As the second most common health care complaint that doctors hear, dizziness, including vertigo or loss of balance, is an important concern. Statistics from the National Institutes of Health indicate that dizziness will occur in 70 percent of the nation’s population at some point in their lives.

Sign of a bigger problem?

Acute or chronic problems with equilibrium may indicate serious health risks and seriously increase risk of injury due to falls. Very often dizziness is an issue with your ears. Our audiologist, Dr. Gosalia, has broad experience with ear issues and can advise you on whether you need medical treatment (which may mean seeing your family doctor or another specialist).

Don’t wait get answers today

Chronic dizziness can impede other aspects of your health, beyond your hearing. Make an appointment to speak with the team at Audiology Clinic to get started.


I just wanted to take a quick second to thank you so much for your hard work on my father’s hearing aids! He came home from his adjustment appointment last week as happy as could be and so very impressed with you and your office – not to mention how pleased he is with his hearing aids. You have significantly improved my entire family’s quality of life, and for that we very much thank you!"

— Lauren

Feeling dizzy?

If you have been feeling dizzy, are experiencing vertigo or have other concerns about your ears, don’t continue to suffer. We can point you in the right direction.

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