Neurovascular Compression

Neurovascular compression is a condition in which blood vessels around the hearing, balance, and facial nerves can cause compression and lead to sensations of hearing loss, imbalance, and abnormal facial movements.

Complications for Neurovascular Compression

Neurovascular compression can lead to sensations of hearing loss, imbalance, and abnormal facial movements due to the stress on and/or the irritation of the nerve that relates to those symptoms.