Vestibular Disease

If your dog or cat is walking with a head tilt, leaning or rolling to one side, or having abnormal rapid eye movements, they could have vestibular disease.  Once your pet is showing these symptoms, it is important to get a diagnosis as soon as possible since some causes of vestibular disease are more life-threatening than others.

Southeast Veterinary Neurology is well-equipped to accurately diagnose your pet's condition, decide on the appropriate treatment and help your pet return to a normal life.

Consult with a Veterinary Neurologist

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Miami: (305) 677-1419
Boynton Beach: (561) 423-1468
Jupiter: (561) 935-5526

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How We Treat Vestibular Disease

An accurate diagnosis is vital for an effective, long-term treatment.

Our neurologists perform physical exams, blood work and appropriate testing to decide on the best treatment plan for your pet.

Please reach out to one of our locations for more information, and to request a consultation with a veterinary neurologist.

Complete Neurological Care for South Florida Pets

When a pet has a neurological condition, it can be stressful and challenging for their entire family. In addition to our knowledge and skill, you also have our complete support as we help you understand your pet's condition and work to restore them to a healthier, more comfortable life.


Seizures in Dogs and Cats

Seizures can be alarming when they happen, but they can be treated. We use the latest diagnostics to identify the cause of a seizure and select the best treatment options.


Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a powerful tool for diagnosing many conditions, including IVDD, brain tumors, meningitis, and strokes.


Intervertebral Disk Disease

With both medical and surgical intervention, our neurologists have been able to help thousands of dogs and cats suffering from IVDD regain their ability to walk.


Other Conditions & Treatments

Our neurologists specialize in all areas of neurological care including brain surgery, spinal surgery, and physical rehabilitation. Along with more common problems like seizures and strokes, we can also evaluate and treat less common issues, such as disorders of the spinal cord and vertebrae.