Home > ENT-ear,nose and throat > Vertigo Get the Flash Player to see this player. Rate: (Click the stars to rate) Published on Dec 16, 2008 by DEisenman, Views: 2907 Vertigo: Dr. David Eisenman, a otology/neurotology specialist at the Univ. of Maryland. Vertigo is an abnormal sensation of movement, frequently a spinning sensation. It is commonly associated with nausea. The common causes of vertigo are benign positional vertigo, ear diseases, medications, migraine headache, strokes and brain tumors. He also discusses Bell's palsy, which is a facial paralysis.