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206 East Morris Dr.
Phoenix, AZ 85012


206 East Morris Dr.
Phoenix, AZ 85012
Ph: (480) 303-1133
Fax: (602) 759-1280

Website last updated: 03.18.21


Please call the 24/7 operator at 480.303.1133 with your chief complaint, best email, and contact numbers. Medical offices may send referrals via fax but please include patients' email as much as possible. Email facilitates scheduling and other important communications now.

Practice Scope

Including, but not limited to:

  • Hearing
  • Deafness
  • Tinnitus
  • Sound sensitivity
  • Misophonia
  • Discomfort in ears
  • Ear fullness
  • Vertigo
  • Dizziness
  • Lightheadedness
  • Imbalance
  • Difficulty walking
  • Falls
  • Nystagmus
    (eye movement abnormalities)
  • Tremor
  • Incoordination
  • Sleep difficulties
  • Fatigue
  • Ill effects of chronic stress
  • Chemotherapy decline (chemobrain,
    brain fog)
  • Mood disturbances
  • Mild traumatic brain injury / post-concussion syndrome / symptoms (headache, dizziness, difficulties with memory, personality and sleep, sound sensitivity, light sensitivity, tinnitus / hearing loss, blurred vision, other)

Medical Resources

Oto-Neurology (Otoneurology, Medical Neuro-Otology) is a neurological (non-surgical) discipline which fuses neurology and medical otology/neurotology. Upon completion of medical school, oto-neurologists / medical neuro-otologists obtain formal residency training in neurology (4 years) and additional fellowship-training (1-2 years) in hearing, tinnitus and balance disorders - including a special focus on eye movement abnormalities and disorders of the brain and brainstem.

Emphasis is placed on the diagnosis and treatment of hearing and balance disorders arising from a broad spectrum of causes. There are approximately 42 highly-trained medical doctors specializing in otoneurology / medical neurotology in active clinical practice throughout the USA. [Also, there are approximately 30 medical doctors (non-surgical) in Europe, Australia and Asia working in the field of otoneurology.] They are clustered in twelve large cities mostly east of the Mississippi with a few specialists in California and Oregon. Arizona is fortunate to have two oto-neurologists serving the local community as well as the Southwest states: Dr. Terry D. Fife, mentor and collegial friend, and I.

An otoneurologist works closely with ear nose and throat surgeons - otolaryngologists, otologists/neurotologists/ear and skull base surgeons, neurosurgeons, neurologists, cardiologists, anesthesiologists, pain specialists, rheumatologists, internists, endocrinologists, family doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists, audiologists, doctors of audiology, physical therapists, doctors of physical therapy, vestibular physiotherapists, and auditory neuroscientists in an effort to deliver customized and comprehensive care.


To keep alive the practice of private medicine, to strive for excellence in teaching and clinical research, and to preserve the sanctity of the patient-doctor relationship through old-fashioned, country-doctor values combined with modern oto-neurological subspecialty expertise.