Find information on how you will be tested—either with or without a hearing aid—in this section.
The FAA allows the use of implants for medical certification, but you will need FAA authorization before resuming your flying privileges.
When blockage is chronic and you need more than antibiotics, the FAA allows this procedure.
There are several steps you can take to minimize the effects of motion sickness both before and during the flight.
Although not common in the U.S. population, about 5% of cases of reported dizziness can be attributed to Meniere's Disease.
Helps you find the contact information for submitting your medical records.
Updated October 27, 2009
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