Getting Diagnosed

MdDS is primarily diagnosed by an otolaryngologist or neurologist using patient history (such as a recent boat, air or train travel or other motion experience) and the elimination of other disorders which may have similar symptoms. Diagnosis may also be made by your primary care provider or other health professional, physical therapists or audiologists for […]

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About the Disorder & FAQ

It may seem as if it is vertigo, but it isn’t. Vertigo patients spin. MdDS patients rock and sway. Vertigo comes in episodes. MdDS is 24/7. But what makes MdDS truly different, is that symptoms often disappear when riding in a car – in passive motion. It is typically triggered by motion: cars, trains, airplanes, […]

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