No matter where you are in the United States right now, we can diagnose and treat your dizziness, without asking you to even leave your house.
Telehealth is the practice of providing health services remotely. In other words, the doctor (us) is in one place and the patient (you) is in another. And despite the distance, the diagnosis and treatment are still taking place.
Best of all, telehealth works for vestibular (balance) disorders.
What we can do for you:
Given the state of the current pandemic, the US Government is allowing healthcare professionals (like us) to treat patients across state lines. That means whether you’re in California, Arizona, Alaska, or any of the other 47 states, we can get your treatment underway.
- We’ll start with an initial consultation
- We’ll come to a diagnosis
- We’ll treat your condition
If we find that you have a condition we cannot treat via telehealth (of which there are only a few), there will be 2 options moving forward:
- We can wait for the coronavirus to subside and bring you out to our office in Los Angeles
- Or we can coordinate treatment with a trusted vestibular specialist in your area
What you need to make this work:
Just yourself and a phone (or a laptop).
How to get started:
All we need is for you to fill out this 2-minute questionnaire (or fill it out directly below). This will get the ball rolling.
After you fill it out, we’ll get back to you within 24 hours.
If you have any questions, bring them to our initial consultation. Otherwise, feel free to give our office a call at (310) 954–2207.
We look forward to hearing from you!