Dizziness is feeling faint, woozy, weak or unsteady. It is rarely a signal of life-threatening condition.

Vertigo is a type of dizziness that creates the false sense that you or your surroundings are spinning or moving. Dizziness has many possible causes, including inner ear disturbance, motion sickness and medication effects. Conditions such as infection, injury, or poor circulation can be underlying causes of dizziness and vertigo. Your dizziness triggers, how it makes you feel, how long it lasts and any other associated symptoms can provide clues for our physician to determine the possible causes and treatment options.

Please schedule your appointment at the Neuro Center if you experience any recurrent, sudden, severe, or prolonged and unexplained dizziness or vertigo. You need to get immediate medical attention If you experience severe dizziness or vertigo along with any of the following: chest pain, difficulty breathing, fainting, seizures, double vision, slurred speech, headaches, numbness or paralysis of arms or legs, rapid or irregular heartbeat, stumbling or difficulty walking, ongoing vomiting, sudden change in hearing, or facial numbness or weakness. Call Community Neuro Center today for a consultation on our approach to dizziness and vertigo treatment.


Dizziness symptoms may include feelings of false sense of motion or spinning (vertigo), floating, wooziness, heavy-headedness, lightheadedness or fain, and loss of balance. These feelings may be triggered or worsened by walking, standing up or moving your head.

Compassionate Care

Here at the Neuro Center, we focus on identifying the symptoms of your dizziness and vertigo to determine the cause and recommend the appropriate treatment.