DizzyDoc is a vestibular and balance expert in both diagnostics and treatment. The DizzyDoc received her Doctorate of Science in September 1998 from Boston University upon completion of her clinical and research doctoral program and dissertation entitled “The multidisciplinary approach and its effect on the diagnosis and outcome of the dizzy patient.” She received her Bachelors of Science in Audiology from Emerson College in Boston. She completed her Au.D. (Doctor of Audiology) in 2006 at PCO School of Audiology (now Salus University). DizzyDoc is currently forming a hearing and balance practice in Colorado and is a vestibular clinical and scientist consultant for Neuro Kinetics, Inc. Prior to this she was the Clinical Director at Neuro Kinetics, Inc., an assistant professor at the PCO School of Audiology, in Elkins Park, PA; Manager of Clinical Research at Sound ID, in Palo Alto, CA; Chief of Audiology and Balance Center Director at the Hearing Institute for Children and Adults in San Jose, CA; and Diagnostic Audiology Director at California Ear Institute, Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital and Stanford Hospital in Stanford, CA. She makes her home in Colorado with the two youngest of her 4 children and her wonderful husband (a cochlear implant Au.D. ).