Epley Maneuver With Limited Neck Rotation

Epley Maneuver With Limited Neck Rotation

Performing an Epley Maneuver for vertigo on patients with limited neck rotation is difficult but not impossible. Caution should be taken to ensure that an Epley maneuver is safe to perform. Screening tests that physical therapists typically perform before attempting...
Epley Maneuver for Vertigo

Epley Maneuver for Vertigo

In this blog, I discuss the Epley Maneuver for vertigo. The Epley maneuver was first published in 1992 by the late Dr. John Epley, M.D. This BPPV treatment maneuver is specifically for free floating BPPV crystals in the posterior canal. Free floating BPPV particles in...
Doctor Shopping for Vertigo Care

Doctor Shopping for Vertigo Care

Doctor Shopping for Vertigo Care Many patients with dizziness and vertigo are tempted to start doctor shopping for vertigo care. However, I have observed that this approach may ultimately cause disappointment. For purposes of this article, I am defining “doctor...
A Vertigo Treatment Plan Can Help

A Vertigo Treatment Plan Can Help

The Importance of a Vertigo Treatment Plan In my opinion, the most important thing when creating a vertigo treatment plan is to select a team of professionals that you trust and follow their treatment plan step by step. Depending on the root cause of your symptoms,...
Dizziness and Neck Pain: The Relationship

Dizziness and Neck Pain: The Relationship

Dizziness and Neck Pain Often times dizziness and neck pain go hand-in-hand. Dizziness caused by neck problems is called cervicogenic dizziness or cervical vertigo. In traditional healthcare, the neck is often overlooked as a cause of dizziness. For people with...
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