Q&A With David Newman Toker, MD, From Johns Hopkins University Medical School: Current and Future Treatments for Dizziness and Vestibular Disorders in the Emergency Room

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After diagnosing a patient complaining of dizziness it falls to the doctors seeing them to find the proper course of treatment. There are also efforts underway to develop new methods of treatment including modern devices that could be used in the future.

After diagnosing a patient complaining of dizziness it falls to the doctors seeing them to find the proper course of treatment. There are also efforts underway to develop new methods of treatment including modern devices that could be used in the future.

David Newman-Toker, MD from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine discussed these new advancements during the American Academy of Neurology's annual meeting in Washington DC. Newman-Toker said that as the technology develops a select number of doctors will be able to use it now, but it could eventually become a more common tool in treating this group of patients.

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