"An interesting and practical book that succeeds in educating and empowering patients. The authors do an admirable job of helping people with dizziness, vertigo, and balance disorders by explaining and highlighting key clinical, diagnostic, and therapeutic elements."
(Michael J. A. Robb, MD, Robb Oto-Neurology Clinic)
"Using simple language, this book describes the underlying pathology, available treatments, and practical approaches for the common conditions causing dizziness. Drs. Whitman and Baloh help readers seeking medical advice understand the complicated nature of dizziness while debunking widespread misconceptions about it."
(Amir Kheradmand, MD, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine)
"This would be a brilliant read for medical students and primary care physicians. The simplified, common-sense approach, I found, made it compulsive reading, in a subject where that is the exception... It is [an] excellent value indeed."
(Journal of Laryngology & Otology
"[A] comprehensive new book."
(Jane Brody New York Times
"The two doctors simplify explanations of these matters, creating a survey that is packed with insights and information."
(Donovan’s Literary Services
"This book is practical and useful. Easy to read and understand without being patronising."
About the Author
Gregory T. Whitman, MD, is an otology and laryngology instructor at Harvard Medical School and an otoneurology specialist at Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Robert W. Baloh, MD, is a professor of neurology and head and neck surgery at the David Geffen School of Medicine, University of California–Los Angeles and the director of the Neurotology Clinic and testing laboratory at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.