Many people experience occasional dizziness when they don’t drink enough water. If you have dizziness that lasts more than a few days, it could be a warning sign of something more serious. At Advanced Medical Care, the experienced medical team offers comprehensive care for dizziness that results from neurological conditions, infections, and circulatory problems. The providers use in-office testing services to identify the cause of dizziness and design a treatment plan. Call the office in Brighton Beach (Brooklyn) or Forest Hills (Queens), New York, today to schedule an evaluation for dizziness. You can also book an appointment online.
Dizziness describes sensations of feeling faint, unsteady, or weak. You might also feel like the room is moving or spinning, a condition called vertigo.
Occasional dizziness can be caused by overheating, dehydration, or intense activity. If you have persistent or severe dizziness, it could be due to:
Neurological conditions like multiple sclerosis (MS) and Parkinson’s disease can also lead to a loss of balance and chronic dizziness.
Advanced Medical Care offers on-site diagnostic testing to learn more about the cause of your dizziness. The team also personalizes care plans so that you can find long-lasting relief from dizziness.
You should schedule a diagnostic evaluation at Advanced Medical Care if you have unexplained dizziness that lasts longer than a few days or if you experience sudden or severe dizziness.
Immediate medical attention is needed if you have dizziness and other symptoms that can relate to neurological or cardiac problems. These symptoms can include:
Advanced Medical Care offers comprehensive testing to identify the underlying cause of your dizziness. Testing can include a neurological exam, bloodwork, and electronystagmography (ENG).
Based on your exam and test results, the team creates a care plan to relieve your symptoms and treat their underlying cause.
Your treatment plan can include medication to clear infections, regulate blood pressure, or treat migraines. You might also need additional medication and psychotherapy if you suffer from anxiety.
If you have inner ear problems, you might need physical therapy. Physical therapy can teach you exercises to improve your balance and prevent falls.
When dizziness relates to a cardiological condition like high blood pressure or a neurological condition like Parkinson’s disease, the Advanced Medical Care team designs a treatment plan to keep the condition well-controlled. You might need to take medication and use the supportive resources available to cope with your condition over the long term.
Call the Advanced Medical Care office nearest you to schedule a diagnostic evaluation for dizziness or book an appointment online.