UCSD Stein Public Lecture: “Dizziness and Vertigo, Part II – Research in Aging”

UCSD Stein Public Lecture: “Dizziness and Vertigo, Part II – Research in Aging”

In this blog, I share the link to my third UCSD Stein Public Lecture, “Dizziness and Vertigo, Part II – Research in Aging,” which aired on University of California television (UC-TV) on March 8,2018. In 2017, I offered my second UCSD Stein Public...
Dizziness and Vertigo can Cause Burns

Dizziness and Vertigo can Cause Burns

Dizziness and vertigo can cause burns. In this blog, I will describe to you two stories that illustrate the importance of clearing up symptoms of dizziness and vertigo as quickly as possible to avoid serious injury. One of the phrases I repeat often to many of my...
How can I Safely Move around with Vertigo?

How can I Safely Move around with Vertigo?

Sometimes we cannot avoid moving around with vertigo because we need to go to the bathroom or perform other normal daily activities. The problem is that moving around with vertigo can cause falls, so I offer these tips and suggestions for people who need to safely...
Should I Move around with Vertigo?

Should I Move around with Vertigo?

People often ask me, “Should I try to move around with vertigo or sit still?” Whether movement is beneficial to recovery or unbeneficial suffering, depends on the root cause of your vertigo symptoms. Until you have a thorough and proper evaluation by a...
Vertigo with Lying Down

Vertigo with Lying Down

I want to share with you a story about a woman I recently met who was having vertigo with lying down. She is an older woman who walked into our pilates class one day. I had never met her before. When the pilates instructor asked if anyone had any injuries or health...
FAQ: Why Do I Feel Less Steady When I Come Indoors After Being Outside During the Day?

FAQ: Why Do I Feel Less Steady When I Come Indoors After Being Outside During the Day?

Today I am going to answer a question that I hear frequently from my older patients patients which is, “Why do I feel less steady after being outside, like when I come indoors on a bright sunny day?” The answer is normal aging of the eye causing longer...

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