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One-to-One with the Expert: Superior Canal Dehiscence Syndrome

Three patients share their personal experiences, concerns and triumphs while experiencing superior canal dehiscence syndrome with head and neck surgeon Dr. John Carey. You will hear candid, first-hand insights from patients Dr. Carey has treated for this rare condition, along with the facts on symptoms, tools, treatment and rehabilitation.

 

Superior Canal Dehiscence Syndrome – and Physician Discuss Hospital Stay After SCDS Surgery

Steph shares her experiences of staying at The Johns Hopkins Hospital after two surgeries to repair bilateral SCDS with her surgeon, John Carey, M.D. Learn about what she packed, her vestibular therapy and her hospital stay.

 

Superior Canal Dehiscence Syndrome Surgery – Patient and Physician Discuss One-Sided SCDS Repair

Carrie discusses what it was like facing a one-sided superior canal dehiscence syndrome (SCDS) repair with her Johns Hopkins surgeon, John Carey, M.D. Hear about her concerns, how she coped with her presurgical anxiety and how she feels now having gone through the procedure.

 

Superior Canal Dehiscence Syndrome – and Physician Discuss Hospital Stay After SCDS Surgery

Ben discusses his post-operative experience following his first SCDS surgical repair with his surgeon, John Carey. M.D., from Johns Hopkins. Hear about Ben’s recovery, the symptoms he experienced, his participation in vestibular therapy and when he was able to return to normal activities.