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...
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...
Dizziness After Cancer Treatment: Five Reasons

Dizziness After Cancer Treatment: Five Reasons

Dizziness after cancer treatment is a common complaint. In my experience, there are five reasons why people experience dizziness after cancer treatment. 1. Tumor Location The location of the tumor can cause dizziness. Tumors in the brain or ears can contribute to...
What Is A Vestibular Physical Therapist?

What Is A Vestibular Physical Therapist?

As a Vestibular Physical Therapist, I am a physical therapist that specializes in helping people with dizziness, vertigo, balance problems, and falls. A Vestibular Physical Therapist Will Look for the Root Cause When I get a dizzy patient, I look at the symptoms and...
Brain Fog: Five Tips for Better Brain Health

Brain Fog: Five Tips for Better Brain Health

Brain fog is a common complaint from my patients with dizziness and vertigo. Very often the brain fog will clear up as I successfully resolve their complaints of dizziness or vertigo with vestibular physical therapy. However, this does not happen in all cases....
Explaining Dizziness & Vertigo to your Doctor

Explaining Dizziness & Vertigo to your Doctor

This blog describes how to create your short and concise summary for explaining your dizziness and vertigo to a healthcare provider. I hope this saves you time during your visit! A lot of patients have difficulty describing their symptoms. This leads to confusion for...
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