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Vertigo is a dizzy sensation despite no cause. An individual with vertigo can experience severe dizziness randomly. A key sign of vertigo is feeling like you, or the room is spinning. People also can experience lightheadedness. Vertigo attacks can last for a few seconds or persist for several minutes or hours.
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We have treated over 2,000 patients using our proprietary treatment with all different types of pain and discomfort ranging from neuropathy all the way to cancer pain and everything in between. If you have pain or discomfort, we are here to help!
Who Is Dr. ElKhoury?
Dr. ElKhoury has been practicing medicine for over 40 years. His research and discoveries have helped shape the medical industry we see today - he has created techniques and protocols for knee replacements, liver transplants, and much more that are still currently the industry standard.
Dr. Elkhoury is a nationally renowned expert in pain management who completed and published extensive research on various pain management topics. He is published in prestigious peer-reviewed journals like The New England Journal of Medicine and Anesthesiology. He won awards for the quality of his research on peripheral pain receptors. Dr. Elkhoury served six years as the director of the pain clinic at UCLA and the Cancer Pain clinic at UCLA, where he was involved in treating patients with complex pain. Dr. Elkhoury was not just the director; he was also teaching while supervising the pain management residents and interns. Additionally, he was the Director of Anesthesiology for the liver transplant department at UCLA and St. Vincent Medical Center
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Whether your vertigo attacks last for a few minutes or a few hours, you deserve to live without worrying about when your next episode will be. We would love to help you manage your symptoms. Make an appointment today!