What is Meniere's Disease?
Ringing. Ringing. Ringing. Do your ears never stop ringing? Are you experiencing feelings of falling or dizziness? Is your ear full? Are you losing your hearing? These are all symptoms of Meniere’s Disease, one of the worst forms of vertigo a person can experience. The treatments for Meniere’s aren’t much better than the condition itself---from cortisone injections in the inner ear to cutting the nerve itself. Ouch!
How Do We Treat Meniere's Disease?
At Gates Way to Health, we take a different approach. We start with personalized testing and a look at your brain to find the real root cause of your condition, and we treat it from there—without medication or painful inner ear injections.
Dr. Randall Gates, Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist, has found Meniere’s Disease to have strong correlations to immunological dysfunction, stress, and thyroid disorders. This means that we can manage Meniere’s non-invasively by reducing inflammation in the ear and body, without medication. If you or a loved one are affected by Meniere’s Disease and are looking for an alternative method of treatment, give us a call at 833.DR.GATES to schedule a free consultation with Dr. Gates and start feeling better today!
The good news is that this once idiopathic condition is being found to have strong correlations to immunological dysfunction, stress, and thyroid disorders. In the videos below I explain this in greater detail, and I have found this information to be incredibly helpful in working with Meniere's patients.
Videos About Meniere's Disease
Watch this video is about Meniere's Disease Gluten, Celiac Disease, Non Celiac Gluten Sensitivity.
Watch this video is about Meniere's Disease and Hypothyroidism
Watch this video is about Meniere's Disease and Stress, Endolymphatic Hydrops.
Watch this video is about Meniere's and Autoimmunity, Meniere's Disease.
Watch this video is about Meniere's and Hashimoto's, Meniere's and Thyroid, Hashimoto's thyroiditis
Do you suffer from these symptoms?
- Fluctuating hearing loss
- Fullness or pressure in ear
- Problems with balance
Call (833) DR.GATES for more information.