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We Specialize In Balance & Vestibular Testing

Embark on a journey to improved balance and vestibular health with Hearing Consultants of Colorado Springs, CO. Our dedicated team offers comprehensive balance testing and treatment services, utilizing state-of-the-art techniques such as VEMP testing and vestibular dysfunction tests. We understand the impact that balance issues can have on your daily life, and our expert practitioners are here to provide precise assessments and tailored treatment plans. Take the first step towards better balance and stability—schedule a consultation with us today. Your path to enhanced equilibrium begins with Hearing Consultants.

How to Know If You Have a Balance Disorder

Recognizing the signs of a balance disorder is crucial for early intervention and effective management. If you experience frequent dizziness, unexplained vertigo, or a sensation of unsteadiness, it may indicate a balance issue. Other symptoms include difficulty maintaining balance, stumbling, and an increased risk of falling. If you notice a persistent ringing in your ears (tinnitus) or changes in your hearing, it could also be associated with balance concerns. Seeking professional evaluation from an audiologist or healthcare provider is essential if you encounter these symptoms, as they can conduct specialized balance testing to diagnose the underlying issues and recommend appropriate treatments or interventions.

Evaluation of Dizziness & Vertigo

Our evaluation of dizziness and vertigo at Hearing Consultants of Colorado Springs is a comprehensive and patient-centric process designed to pinpoint the root causes of these symptoms. Our experienced audiologists utilize advanced techniques, including vestibular dysfunction testing, to assess the inner ear’s role in maintaining balance. We thoroughly examine factors such as eye movements, head positioning, and response to specific stimuli to identify vestibular dysfunction. This detailed evaluation allows us to tailor precise treatment plans to alleviate dizziness and vertigo symptoms, enhancing your overall quality of life.

Advanced Vestibular Testing

At Hearing Consultants of Colorado Springs, our commitment to providing top-notch care extends to advanced vestibular testing for a comprehensive understanding of balance-related issues. Our skilled audiologists employ cutting-edge techniques and technology to assess the intricate mechanisms of the vestibular system, which plays a crucial role in maintaining balance. Advanced vestibular testing involves precise examinations of eye movements, positional changes, and responses to various stimuli, allowing us to identify vestibular disorders with precision.

Contact Our Experts for Your Balance Testing

Experience the transformative potential of our balance testing and treatment services at Hearing Consultants of Colorado Springs. Our commitment to your vestibular health is reflected in our precise balance tests for vestibular dysfunction. Trust our dedicated team to guide you towards enhanced stability and equilibrium. Don’t let balance issues impact your daily life—schedule a consultation with us today and take the first step towards a more balanced and confident future. Your journey to improved vestibular health awaits at Hearing Consultants.

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Common Vestibular Vocabulary and Disorders

  • Vertigo: A sensation of whirling and loss of balance.
  • Dizziness: Altered sense of balance and place. Lightheaded, faint, or spinning.
  • Imbalance: Lack of proportion or relation between corresponding things.
  • Equilibrium: A state of physical balance.
  • Vestibular System: A portion of the inner ear responsible for our sense of balance and spatial orientation for the purpose of coordinating movement with balance.
  • Meniere’s Disease: Disease of the inner ear causing fluctuating hearing loss and episodic vertigo.
  • Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo: BPPV is a condition causing spinning vertigo following head movement typically while rolling over in bed. This is caused by “crystals” moving into one or more of your semicircular canals and can typically be easily resolved with a simple maneuver in our office.
  • Vestibular Migraine: Often mistaken for Meniere’s Disease, vestibular migraine presents with short lived motion sensitivity or episodic vertigo. It is not always present with traditional migraine headache, which leads to confusion over its cause.
  • Labyrinthitis: The most severe form of vertigo is viral labrynthitis. Often triggered by the common cold virus which has moved to the inner ear, this disorder damages the balance nerve leading to severe spinning vertigo. Not unlike other viral attacks it can take days or weeks for symptoms to improve.

Contact us to schedule an appointment for balance testing and treatment in Colorado Springs.

Hearing Consultants of Colorado Springs

6375 Lehman Drive, Suite 100
Colorado Springs, CO 80918

Phone: 719-633-1494


Fax: 719-633-8129

Hours of Operation
Monday: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Tuesday: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Wednesday: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Thursday: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Friday: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM

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