Dizziness with Head Turns

Dizziness with Head Turns

During my third UCSD Stein Public Lecture that I offered in January 2018, I had a chance to discuss the symptom of dizziness with head turns. This is a common complaint and can indicate a number of different root causes, all of which should be explored to reduce, if...
Would Better Bladder Control Allow You to Drink More Water?

Would Better Bladder Control Allow You to Drink More Water?

How can a Physical Therapist who specializes in dizziness and vertigo offer an online course called “Improve Bladder Control: Evidence-Based Bladder Retraining Program?” It is very interesting that I have discovered that many people do not drink enough water in order...
FAQ: Medical Management to Reduce Fall Risk

FAQ: Medical Management to Reduce Fall Risk

Today we’re going to answer the frequently asked question (FAQ) that I hear from my patients which is, “If I want to prevent myself from falling, or reduce fall risk, what do I need to know or do medically?” What you need to know about medical management...
FAQ: Will My Dizziness Ever Go Away?

FAQ: Will My Dizziness Ever Go Away?

Today we are going to answer the frequently asked question (FAQ) that I often hear from people which is, ‘”Will my dizziness ever go away?” The answer that I tell everyone that I meet is that I am confident that we can reduce, if not completely eliminate,...
FAQ: Should I Be Supplementing with Vitamin D to Reduce My Risk of Falling?

FAQ: Should I Be Supplementing with Vitamin D to Reduce My Risk of Falling?

Today we are going to answer a question that I frequently hear (FAQ) from my patients, which is, “Should I be supplementing with vitamin D to reduce my risk of falling?” The answer is that it’s been thought for awhile, based on the research that has come...
FAQ: Why Do I Get Dizzy When I Look Up?

FAQ: Why Do I Get Dizzy When I Look Up?

Today we are going to answer a question that I frequently hear (FAQ) from my patients which is, “Why do I get dizzy when I look up?” The answer to that question is that dizziness with looking up – or what we call “Top Shelf Vertigo”...

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