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Vertigo Specialist in Monroe, NJ

Vertigo  is a common condition known as dizziness that impacts many individuals. If you have ever experienced lightheadedness and a faint feeling, the sensation that you or everything around you is moving or spinning you may have experienced vertigo.  Vertigo can be mild or severe, and can significantly impact your ability to perform your daily tasks. The good news is that vertigo treatments are available, and Dr. Kay could be the right choice for you. Here’s what you need to know:

Vertigo Has Many Causes

One of the most frustrating aspects of vertigo is that there are a variety of factors that can be the cause of dizziness. There are many causes of dizziness; some of the most common causes are allergies/viruses, stress/anxiety, dehydration, medications, head trauma, and migraines. Due to the fact that there are so many potential causes, it can be difficult to nail down the root cause without a comprehensive evaluation by an ENT and Audiologist.

Vertigo Treatment is Personalized

Vertigo treatment requires a holistic understanding of your health. After determining the underlying cause of vertigo, Dr. Kay will recommend the proper course of treatment.  Some treatment options are body repositioning, medication, therapy, and more.

To receive the highest quality care, you should seek out a healthcare provider with the experience and specialized understanding of ear, nose and throat conditions. Dr. Kay has more than 15 years of experience as a practicing, board-certified otolaryngologist. In addition to lecturing and teaching on topics of the ear, nose, and throat, he is also recognized as a leading physician in this field.

Our team has already helped countless patients in and around Central New Jersey successfully address their vertigo. Now, we are ready to do the same for you. If you have questions and are ready to learn more, do not hesitate to contact us.


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