"Thanks, VEDA! You helped me learn how to live an active and productive life with a vestibular disorder."

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"No one understands me. I feel so alone."

You aren't alone! 69 million Americans suffer from dizziness or imbalance. Click here for more information on help that is available to you.

"How do I know if I have a vestibular disorder?"

Find out more about the symptoms of a vestibular disorder and how they are diagnosed.

"I can’t function. The world is spinning out of control."

Learn to live with a vestibular disorder.

"VEDA helped me find a doctor with a special interest in vestibular disorders."

Click here to search our provider directory.

Sometimes I can't think straight.

Vestibular disorders can affect your cognitive functions, making it difficult to concentrate.

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Latest News

Participate in Study About Depression
Jul. 09, 2015 | 9:58am

Emma Tracy Jones is researching the connection between balance disorders & depression and is looking for volunteers to participate in her study.

Seasonal Vertigo Sufferers Can Predict Weather Changes
May. 28, 2015 | 6:33pm

Notice Your Head Spinning When Severe Storms Like Tornados or Hurricanes Spin Your Way?  

How To Get Help.

Service Dogs for Vestibular Support
Apr. 29, 2015 | 11:01am

Could a person with vestibular disorder benefit from a service or emotional support dog?

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VEDA Resource Library

Visit VEDA's Resource Library to get more information about your vestibular disorder and download one of VEDA's many short publications.

Find a Vestibular Specialist

Getting an accurate diagnosis is the first step toward recovery!

Use VEDA's free provider directory to search for a vestibular health care professional near you.
Note: You can select more than one provider specialty.
Provider specialty definitions

Check your symptoms

Use the Isabel symptom checker to get a list of possible diagnoses.
*Not meant as a substitute for medical care.

Patient Spotlight

Do you suffer from dizziness? You're not alone! In VEDA's "Patient Spotlight" vestibular patients like Melissa Jo Elliott tell their stories in their own words.

Share your story.

Online Poll

If you have been diagnosed with Meniere's/endolymphatic hydrops, has a low-salt diet been recommended to you, and if so, has it reduced your symptoms?

Patient Registry

Help VEDA collect data on the vestibular patient experience.

Together we can advocate for actions that reduce the time it takes to diagnose a vestibular disorder.

Click here for more information and to register.

Join our Community of Support!

You may be receiving an invitation to join VEDA's new membership program, A Community of Support. Stay tuned for new and exciting information.