Hearing loss has a wide variety of causes, and one condition that has caused hearing loss in several of our patients is Meniere’s disease. According to the Mayo Clinic, Meniere’s disease is a disorder of the inner ear that can affect anyone at any age, but most often presents in young to middle-aged adults. The disease can include tinnitus, hearing loss, recurring vertigo and aural fullness. The cause of Meniere’s disease is currently unknown, and it is considered a chronic condition. However, proper treatments can manage the symptoms.
For patients experiencing a range of ear and balance symptoms, we collaborate with our trusted colleagues at Proliance ENT. Each of our clinics is located next door to one of our Proliance partners for ease of access when our patients need care from both sides. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms described, please contact your primary care physician first for a check-up appointment. If needed, ESHC can help with the hearing, vertigo and tinnitus effects of Meniere’s disease, while our ENT partners can address any inner ear fullness you may experience.
Meniere’s disease is a serious condition, and ESHC and our Proliance ENT colleagues will always work together to make sure our Meniere’s patients get the care they need.
 Mayo Clinic Staff. (2020, December 02). Meniere’s disease. Retrieved May 11, 2021, from https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/menieres-disease/symptoms-causes/syc-20374910