Just went to a neurologist and had an MRI. He showed me a lot of "old age expected stuff" but said nothing was wrong. The MRI was ordered to see if I had any significant reasons for having my gait problems. Which are essentially - I walk like a drunk. He said he could not give me any answers at all about that but said I didn't have MS. I thought that odd because I had been told one could not be diagnosed by an MRI for MS. Anyway, he want me to see an ENT which makes a lot of sense. I have known for a long time something was significantly wrong one day when I began to walk and began leaning forward, practically running and could scarcely stop. I bounce around the halls of my apartment building first one side of the hall to he other. I waddle, slide my feet instead of lifting them, and have fallen from losing my balance at odd times. I also get very tired and my legs turn to jelly. How can I get a definite diagnosis? I am a 78 year old female.