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Pristyn Care Clinic, Indira Nagar, Bangalore

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Pristyn Care Clinic, Malleshwaram, Bangalore

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Dr Madhu Sudhan V

ENT Specialist12 Years Exp.
MBBS, MS, MBBS, MS
₹ 600 at clinic
Pristyn Care Clinic, Indira Nagar, Bangalore , Bangalore
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 04:00 PM - 07:00 PM, MON
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Dr Divya Badanidiyur

ENT Specialist15 Years Exp.
MBBS, DNB, MBBS, DNB
₹ 600 at clinic
Pristyn Care Clinic, Malleshwaram, Bangalore , Bangalore
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 10:00 AM - 01:00 PM, MON
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Dr Manu Bharath

ENT Specialist15 Years Exp.
MBBS, MS - General Surgery, MBBS, MS - General Surgery
₹ 600 at clinic
Pristyn Care Clinic, JP Nagar, Bangalore , Bangalore
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 10:00 AM - 01:00 PM,04:00 PM - 07:00 PM, MON
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Dr. Alok Banka

ENT Specialist22 Years Exp.
MBBS, ENT Surgeon, M.S
₹ 550 at clinic
Cogent Care (ENT & GYNAE CLINIC) , Bangalore
Recently consulted for:Ear Microsurgery, Tonsils (Tonsillitis), Hearing, Speech Impairment
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 04:00 PM - 07:00 PM,08:45 AM - 10:15 AM, MON
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Dr. Gladson Guddappa Uchil

ENT Specialist29 Years Exp.
MBBS, Diploma In Otorhinolaryngology (DLO)
₹ 950 at clinic
1,000 online
Focus Diagnostic Centre & Speciality Clinics , Bangalore
Recently consulted for:Hearing Loss, Cold Cough, Coughing
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 05:30 PM - 07:30 PM,10:30 AM - 01:30 PM, MON
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Dr. Rashmi Pv

Ayurvedic Doctor15 Years Exp.
MS (Ayu), Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
₹ 200 at clinic
200 online
Nisarga Ayurvedalaya , Bangalore
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 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM, MON
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Dr. Shankar B Medikeri

ENT Specialist47 Years Exp.
MBBS, MS - ENT, DORL, DNB (ENT), FICS
₹ 750 at clinic
300 online
Medikeri's Super Specality ENT Center , Basavanagudi , Bangalore
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 11:00 AM - 06:00 PM, MON
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Dr. Nagendra Babu Pogula

Homeopathy Doctor11 Years Exp.
BHMS, M.D, Assistant Professor
₹ 200 at clinic
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Sri Mahima Multi Speciality Homeo Clinic , Marathahalli , Bangalore
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Dr. Jagdish Chaturvedi

ENT Specialist18 Years Exp.
DNB (ENT), MBBS
₹ 500 at clinic
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Sinus Clinic , Richmond Town , Bangalore
Recently consulted for:Throat Ache, Viral Infection, Blocked Nose
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Dr. Umar Faisel Pasha

Unani Specialist20 Years Exp.
BUMS
₹ 200 at clinic
Naorang Dawakhana , HAL , Bangalore
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Best Doctors for Vertigo Treatment in Bangalore

Doctor's NameClinic FeesLybrate Ratings
Madhu Sudhan V₹ 60092
Divya Badanidiyur₹ 60087
Manu Bharath₹ 60086
Alok Banka₹ 55090
Gladson Guddappa Uchil₹ 95091
Rashmi Pv₹ 200NA
Shankar B Medikeri₹ 750NA
Nagendra Babu Pogula₹ 20091
Jagdish Chaturvedi₹ 50092
Umar Faisel Pasha₹ 200NA

Doctors for Vertigo Treatment in Bangalore

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who is the best doctor for vertigo in Bangalore?

You may speak with an otolaryngologist who conducts a physical examination to look for the causes of vertigo and its symptoms. He or she uses delicate instruments to magnify and examine the ear canal and eardrum. Additionally, your doctor might ask you to track an object through space or have your eye movements observed.

What is the main cause of vertigo?

Vertigo is frequently brought on by an issue with how the inner ear regulates balance, though it can also be brought on by issues with specific brain regions.

How can you stop vertigo naturally?

Practice Brandt-Daroff

Due to how easy it is to perform this exercise alone, vertigo sufferers are frequently advised to do it at home. The Brandt-Daroff exercise may cause increased dizziness for a brief period of time, so you shouldn't perform it unless you are in a secure location and won't be driving for a while.

Gingko Biloba

Research on ginkgo biloba's effects on vertigo has revealed that it works just as well as the most popular prescription drug for the condition. You can buy gingko biloba extract in liquid or capsule form.

Stress Reduction

Stress can set off certain vertigo-causing conditions, such as Meniere's disease. Creating coping mechanisms to deal with challenging situations may lessen your vertigo attacks.

Yoga and tai chi

Stress is known to be reduced by yoga and tai chi while flexibility and balance are increased. The exercise you do at home can mimic the effect of physical therapy, which is an outpatient procedure that teaches your brain to make up for the cause of your vertigo.

Getting enough sleep

Sleep deprivation has the potential to cause vertigo symptoms. If you're just starting to feel dizzy, stress or a lack of sleep may be to blame.

Vitamin D

It's possible that your suspicion that a dietary deficiency is the cause of your vertigo is accurate. According to a study, those who have BPPV, the most common cause of vertigo, may experience worsening symptoms if their vitamin D levels are low.

Avoiding alcohol

The Vestibular Disorders Association claims that alcohol can alter the composition of the fluid in your inner ear in addition to making you feel dizzy. Also dehydrating is alcohol. Even when you're not drinking, these things can mess with your balance.

How long does vertigo usually last?

Other symptoms like shakiness, nausea, and vomiting (feeling sick) can also occur, and it typically comes on suddenly. Normally, you won't experience any hearing issues. It typically only lasts a few hours or days, but it could take up to six weeks to fully subside. The sensation of vertigo is a symptom, not a disease. You may feel as though you're spinning or moving in relation to your surroundings.This sensation may be barely perceptible or it may be so strong that it makes it difficult for you to maintain your balance and carry out daily tasks.

What is the best medication for vertigo?

The best course of treatment for each patient depends on their specific diagnosis:

  • Vertigo caused by migraines typically responds to migraine prevention drugs.
  • Dimenhydrinate (Dramamine) and meclizine (Bonine), two non-specific medications, work best for treating acute vertigo. Doctors explain that these drugs eventually need to be weaned off of because they can, over time, prevent healing.
  • A specialized form of physical therapy called vestibular rehabilitation is typically effective for treating intermittent vertigo brought on by the movement of the head or neck.
  • Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo, which typically responds very well to a specific series of movements known as the Epley maneuver, maybe the cause of intermittent vertigo brought on by very specific movements like lying down in bed or turning over in bed.

When should I worry about vertigo?

In general, if you experience any persistent, sudden, severe, or prolonged dizziness or vertigo that isn't related to a physical condition, you should consult a doctor.Seek immediate medical attention if any of the following occurs along with sudden, severe vertigo or dizziness:

  • An unexpectedly bad headache
  • Chest pain
  • Having trouble breathing
  • Arms or legs that are numb or paralyzed
  • Fainting
  • Double vision
  • Unusual or rapid heartbeat
  • Fluency issues or slurred speech
  • Walking slowly or with difficulty
  • Ongoing vomiting
  • Seizures
  • Unexpected aural changes
  • Weakness or numbness on the face

The following self-care advice could be useful in the interim:

  • When getting out of bed, move slowly because standing up too quickly can make many people feel dizzy.
  • Staying hydrated can help prevent or treat several types of dizziness, so make sure to drink plenty of fluids.
  • Caffeine and tobacco should be avoided because they can exacerbate symptoms by limiting blood flow.

Can vertigo be seen on an MRI?

The symptoms of vertigo and dizziness are very common in hospitals and affect many different specialties. For these symptoms, there aren't many radiological test guidelines.

Patients who experience vertigo and/or dizziness frequently undergo head CT and MRI scans. From the anamnesis and investigation, clinical suspicion is advised to choose the right test to order. The relationship between radiological findings and dizziness is not demonstrated in more than 90% of cases.

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