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In some cases when non-invasive treatment is unable to effectively control the symptoms of vertigo, surgical intervention may be an option.  The type of surgical intervention depends on what has been deemed the cause of your vertigo. For example, surgical intervention may be required to remove a growth within the ear, or may be aimed at treating any secondary damage done within the ear due to an underlying disease process.  

If your healthcare professional feels that surgery may be an option that needs to be explored in order to deal with your vertigo they will refer you to the appropriate surgical specialist in your area.

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