Dr. Gaye W. Cronin is a master clinician specializing in vestibular rehabilitation, neuromuscular re-education and balance retraining having treated more than 25,000 patients suffering from vestibular or balance disorders. She received her Bachelor of Science and Masters degrees from the Medical College of Georgia, and her Doctorate from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. She has 35+ years of clinical experience in various physical rehabilitation, education and administrative settings. Since 1988, she has been the founder and director of the Vestibular Rehabilitation, Balance Retraining, and Neuromuscular Facial Re-education Programs at the Atlanta Ear Clinic specializing in geriatric, pediatric, facial retraining, tinnitus reduction, fall reduction, and vestibular/balance rehabilitation programs for adults and children. She is also an associate professor at the Medical College of Georgia and the University of St. Augustine. Dr. Cronin has clinical experience in various physical rehabilitation, educational and administrative positions, including Emory University and the Medical College of Georgia.
Dr. Cronin has experienced a high rate of success in the elimination and reduction of vertigo and balance dysfunctions, and has successfully applied these evidenced based treatments with a variety of diagnoses and ages, including vestibular dysfunction, benign positional vertigo, migraine associated vertigo, Meniere’s disease, traumatic brain injury, childhood paroxysmal vertigo, and neurological disorders including CVAs, MS, cerebellar dysfunction, and other disorders of adults and children that affect balance, safety, movement, fucntion and development. She has published extensively in medical and therapy journals and has conducted numerous national and international professional instructional courses to occupational and physical therapists, physicians, and audiologists/speech pathologists on Vestibular Rehabilitation, Neuromuscular Facial Retraining and Tinnitus Reduction programs.
Dr. Cronin also received as recognition for her body of clinical and research work, the Distinguished Alumnus award from the Medical College of Georgia and the Outstanding Graduate Award from St. Augustine University.