What Our Patients Are Saying About Us

"The headaches and dizziness were ridiculous. There were times I thought I'd drop to the ground. I couldn't go to work or do anything because I thought I was going to faint all the time. I was shaking and nauseous because it was so bad. It's great to feel normal again because the headaches and dizziness aren't a part of my life anymore. Everyone who works here is wonderful and I would recommend them to anyone." - Samantha L.


Contact Info

Ira M. Klemons, D.D.S, Ph.D.
The Center for
Headaches & Facial Pain

2045 Route 35 South
South Amboy, NJ 08879

Int'l Telephone:


Email: info@headaches.com

Treating Dizziness

Elimination Of Dizziness & Related Conditions

Dizziness, lightheadedness, and blurred vision which comes and goes can cause enormous frustration. Some of our patients say these problems can be fairly mild, but others report terrible attacks which cause them to bang into walls or even keep them from getting out of bed. In many cases family physicians, neurologists, eye doctors, and ear, nose and throat specialists use MRI's of the brain, tests involving water which is propelled into the ears, etc. to determine the cause. But what do you do if all the tests are negative and your doctor says that there's nothing wrong or nothing they can do?

The good news is that in most cases, we can help. While there are many causes such as ear or eye diseases and tumors, in cases where these have been ruled out, it is very possible that the cause involves dysfunction of a muscle called the sternocleidomastoid, or SCM for short. This muscle attaches from the skull right behind the ear to the chest at the top center of the rib cage. When dysfunctional, it can cause any of the following problems:

  • Dizziness
  • Lightheadedness
  • Blurred vision which comes and goes
  • Headaches
  • Pain in or behind the ears
  • A tight sensation in the throat

The muscle itself is only rarely painful, so it is often overlooked as a cause of these problems. Nevertheless, appropriate evaluation and treatment can lead to elimination of symptoms in most cases.

Over 90% of our patient who suffer from these conditions report that they are gone when we discharge them from treatment. We diagnose and treat them in the manner discussed in the About Treatment section of this site.

SarahG608 “Being dizzy every single day for nine years was sheer torture. Just walking from place to place in a room meant having to think about what I was going to hold on to while trying to get where I was going. After seeing fourteen doctors in three states and trying so many treatments that didn’t work, I had given up hope that I’d ever feel normal again. When I came here I couldn’t imagine that treatment would work and reading other people’s accounts sounded too good to be true. It just couldn’t work for me, but it really did. I have no more dizziness! I was truly impressed by Dr. Klemons’ integrity. He clearly proved he was more interested in getting me better than in the finances. The entire staff here is wonderful.” - Sarah G.
IainSx05 “The worst symptoms were loss of balance and noises in my ears which were completely debilitating. I was worried to death that they would never go away. At least ten doctors here and in Europe misdiagnosed me. Seven Ear, Nose and Throat specialists thought I had a viral infection in my ears. It’s so wonderful to feel so good and ready to be discharged after Dr. Klemons treated me for a short time. Without a doubt, this is the best doctor’s office I’ve ever been to.” -Iain S. (New York)
CarolBx07 “In simple words my quality of life was terrible before I came here because of dizziness and pressure in my ears. Headaches were unbearably excruciating. Now that they’re gone, I have so much more energy and can really enjoy life and being with my grandchildren. The people here really pay attention and care. I feel absolutely blessed to have them here regardless of the long trip. I’m honored to be one of Dr. Klemons’ patients.” - Carol Lee B.

To see more statements from patients who were treated for dizziness, please click here.


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