Ear Disorders Articles
A ruptured eardrum, an infection of the outer or middle ear, vestibular and inner ear disorders (such as vertigo and Meniere’s disease) or hearing impairment can seriously disable an otherwise healthy, hardworking individual.
Those who suffer from incessant or recurring dizziness and balance problems, or the limitations of hearing loss, ringing in the ear and other chronic symptoms, have real problems functioning at work. These and other symptoms can prohibit someone from performing the material duties of their occupation, impair concentration, and also become safety hazards.
If you suffer from chronic ear disorders and find you cannot continue working due to the physical and cognitive effects of your condition, you are not alone.