Situational Vertigo Questionnaire
Vertigo is the medical term used for symptoms which patients often describe as feelings of unusual disorientation, dizziness, giddiness, lightheadedness, or unsteadiness.
Please circle a number to indicate the degree to which each of the situations listed below causes feelings of vertigo, or makes your vertigo worse. If you have never been in one of the situations, then for that item ring “N.T.” for “Not Tried.”
Riding as a passenger in a car on straight, flat roads
Riding as a passenger in a car on winding or bumpy roads
Walking down a supermarket aisle
Standing in a lift while it stops
Standing in a lift∗ while it moves at a steady speed
Riding in a car at a steady speed
Starting or stopping in a car
Standing in the middle of a wide open space (e.g., large field or square)
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