National Dizzy and Balance Center (NDBC) is a unique outpatient clinic system. We combine Physicians, Audiologists, and Physical Therapists all within each facility to offer a true multidisciplinary approach to vertigo, dizziness, balance disorders, and concussions. This approach to patient care is what makes our clinics so unique.
We also utilize state-of-the-art Diagnostic Balance Testing Labs to more accurately diagnose our patients when entering our programs here at NDBC. We utilize this data to develop individualized rehabilitation programs for each patient at NDBC.
At NDBC we see a wide variety of dizziness and balance impaired patients. In many cases the cause of the patient’s dizziness or balance problem is multi-factorial, so quantifying a typical patient condition treated here at NDBC can be quite difficult. Here is a brief list of possible conditions that would be appropriate for treatment here at NDBC.
Dizziness/vertigo Due To:
- Vertigo or dizziness due to diseases and infections
- Vertigo due to Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)
- Stroke & brain injury related dizziness
- Dizziness due to age related degeneration of the vestibular system
- Vertigo or dizziness not responsive to normal medical management, whether acute or chronic
- History of one or more falls due to vertigo or dizziness, especially in the elderly
- Car accidents and other traumatic events
Balance/Gait Problems Due To:
- Vestibular disorders
- Orthopedic problems
- Diabetic neuropathy
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Peripheral neuropathy
- Stroke & brain injury related balance problems
- Progressive rigidity or plasticity
- Post-aminoglycoside therapy, chemotherapy, or inner ear surgery with persistent symptoms
- Gait or balance disorders in patients where a neurological evaluation is insufficient to explain symptoms
- Significant balance dysfunction with normal Electronystagmography/Videonystagmography testing