Part 1 – Audiovestibular Symptoms Related to Migraine – What Audiologists and ENTs Need to Know In 2022 For Expanding Patient Care

Published on: October 14, 2022

Patient Care | October 2022 Hearing Review

Migraine affects nearly 40 million individuals in the United States, more than asthma and diabetes combined. Most will have dizziness, vertigo, misophonia, and hyperacusis with or without a headache.

“It is difficult to believe that it has been 20 years since our first series on the audiovestibular aspects of migraine in children and adults was published in Hearing Review.1 In 2002, there was not much written in the audiology and otolaryngology literature about migraine and its…”


By Richard E. Gans, PhD, and Joseph Sakumura, AuD

 

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