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Patients with Chakkar/ Imbalance are evaluated and treated in the vertigo clinic.
Vertigo Clinic Excel ENT Care , Mayom Hospital , Gurgaon is a unique outpatient clinic system. We combine ENT, NeuroPhysicians, Audiologists, and Physiotherapist all within the same facility to offer a true multidisciplinary approach to balance disorders.
We pride ourselves on helping people with all types of dizziness including Vertigo, Benign positional vertigo (BPPV), Meniere’s disease, Migraine-associated vertigo (MAV) and imbalance. We also look after patients with Vertigo associated with tinnitus and hearing loss.
Often, people come to our clinic after seeing many doctors and having many tests over the years, without an answer. Our aim is to get to the bottom of the problem, and help every person. Sometimes this means seeing an existing patient urgently (during or soon after a vertigo attack), to make the diagnosis at the time.
This approach to patient care is what makes our clinics so unique for the treatment of balance disorders. We also utilize state-of-the-art diagnostic balance labs to more accurately diagnose our patients which enables us to use this data for effective treatment protocols in our rehabilitation programs.
We look forward to the privilege of helping you and your family members
There are too many causes of vertigo to list, but here are some common causes:
Benign paroxysmal positioning vertigo (BPPV)
This is the commonest cause of vertigo, and it is readily treated with a re-positioning treatment in the clinic. If you experience brief attacks of dizziness, every time you lie down in bed, roll over, look up, or bend forward, you might have this condition.
This condition causes repeated attacks of dizziness (often with vomiting), which typically last several hours at a time. The attacks are associated with auditory symptoms, such as fullness in one ear (like having water in the ear), ringing, and hearing loss in the same ear.
This is a ‘one-off’ illness caused by an infection of the inner ear, or an interruption of blood supply to the inner ear. It is characterised by severe dizziness and vomiting for 2-5 days, followed by unsteadiness on your feet for several weeks or months after that.
Typically these patients are women aged 20-55, who have a history of migraine headaches in the past, and who experience attacks of dizziness and nausea without other brain or ear symptoms. The condition responds to treatment with migraine preventive medications.
Mal-de-debarquement syndrome (MDDS)
This is typically a feeling of rocking dizziness, light-headedness and imbalance, which often occurs in a specific location: such as heights, shopping centres, car parks, or escalators. It can be very disabling, but it is treatable. It often begins after a period of travel (by sea, car, train or plane).