Otoneurology Expert Witnesses

The SEAK Expert Witness Directory contains a comprehensive list of otoneurology expert witnesses who testify, consult and provide litigation support on otoneurology and related issues. Otoneurology expert witnesses and consultants on this page may form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, and provide expert witness testimony at deposition and trial. The issues and subjects these otoneurology expert witnesses testify regarding may include: Acoustic Neuroma, Bppv, Ear Surgery, Hearing Loss, Noise Induced Hearing Loss, Stapedectomy, Vertigo, Airway Fires, Balance, Balance Disorders, Brain, Causation, Cerebellar, Cholesteatoma, and Chronic Otitis Media.

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Gregory T. Whitman, M.D.

Huntington Beach, California
Neurology, Otoneurology - Dizziness, vertigo, vestibular, cognitive, ear, bppv, gait, balance, Meniere, paroxysmal, tbi, concussion, neurology, causation, neuroscience, brain, nerve, traumatic brain injury, nystagmus, cerebellar, dementia, hydrocephalus, white matter.
Board-certified neurologist at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Author, speaker, former clinical faculty at UCLA, UC Irvine, Harvard. Former Neurology Residency Program Director, Neurology Clerkship Director at UC Irvine. 15+ years forensic experience, including rebuttals of opposing experts, review of complaints and motions, consultation to help prepare for depositions and cross examination. Extensive clinical practice experience with most areas of Neurology and Otoneurology. Contributor to multiple medical books. Co-author of "Dizziness Why You Feel Dizzy and What Will Help You Feel Better," a Johns Hopkins Univ. Press book. Experienced public speaker. Law firms: please call my direct line (949)328-4854.

Sarah K Rapoport, MD, FACS

Otolaryngologist (ENT), Airway/Voice Subspecialty

Washington, District Of Columbia
Otolaryngology, Otoneurology - Laryngology/Voice and Airway Disorders, Airway Fires, Operating Room Fires, Voice Changes After Intubation, Intubation Injury, Tracheostomy Complications/Sequelae, Gender Affirming Voice, Neck Trauma, Voice Trauma, Opera and Broadway Singers, Professional Voice Use, Toxic Exposures
Actively practicing and board-certified in Otolaryngology/Head & Neck Surgery (Ear, Nose and Throat). Nationally recognized Laryngologist, with advanced subspecialty expertise in clinical evaluation and surgical management of voice and upper airway issues. Award-winning writer and teacher. Elected to leadership positions in national medical societies and committees. Faculty and Assistant Professor at Georgetown University. Numerous research and clinical presentations, invited clinical speaker engagements, and peer-reviewed publications as well as a recently-published textbook in the field. Proficiency in general otolaryngology including otologic, hearing, rhinologic, and nasal pathologies. Additional expertise in voice change after intubation and/or surgery, intubation and tracheostomy complications, toxic exposures and inhalant injuries, laryngeal fractures, and operating room airway fires.

John M Lasak, MD

The Wichita Ear Clinic

Wichita, Kansas
Otoneurology, Otology - Hearing loss, Ear surgery, Stapedectomy, Cochlear implantation , Acoustic neuroma, Cyberknife, Stereotactic radiosurgery , Microsurgery, Facial nerve paralysis , CSF leak , Ménière’s disease , Vertigo, BPPV, Sudden hearing loss, Noise induced hearing loss, Cholesteatoma, Chronic otitis media
I graduated from Wayne State School of Medicine in Detroit with high distinction, and while in medical school received an NIH grant to study the molecular biology of hearing loss. I then completed my otolaryngology and head and neck surgery residency at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. I subsequently completed a two-year fellowship in Neurotology and cranial base surgery at The Ohio State University. I have added certification in the treatment of skull base and intracranial pathology with stereotactic radiosurgery and radiotherapy. I have been academically active and have published on a variety of topics in my field. I have had a special interest in the molecular biology of acoustic neuroma‘s and also hearing preservation when treating these tumors. I have published on reducing the radiation dose to the inner ear when treating acoustic neuroma’s in an attempt to preserve hearing. I have authored chapters in textbooks regarding the treatment of both acoustic neuromas an...

Alex Arts, MSE, MD

University of Michigan

ANN ARBOR, Michigan
Otology, Otoneurology - Ear surgery, Otology, Neurotology, Cranial base surgery, Hearing loss, Noise-induced hearing loss, Deafness, Cochlear implants, Meniere's Disease, Balance disorders, Stapedectomy, Acoustic neuroma
Dr. Arts has over 33 years of experience in clinical and academic practice of Otology and Neurotology, with special expertise in acoustic neuroma, cranial base surgery, cochlear implants, chronic ear surgery, stapedectomy surgery, facial paralysis, Meniere's disease, balance disorders, and all forms of hearing loss. He has been active in research involving cochlear implants and other implantable hearing devices, inner ear physiology and pathology. He is on the Editorial Board of the journal Otology & Neurotology and is a member of the American Otological Society and the American Neurotology Society. He was the Program Director of the University of Michigan Neurotology Fellowship training program for 15 years and has served as a Senior Examiner for the American Board of Otolaryngology, for both the Otolaryngology Exam and the Neurotology Exam. He is currently Professor Emeritus of Otolaryngology and Neurosurgery at the University of Michigan and has an active surgical practice a...
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