Treatment Techniques for BPPV

Treatment Techniques for BPPV

On Friday February 24, 2023, I attended an outstanding lecture on Treatment Techniques for BPPV at a national physical therapy conference (CSM) called: Beyond Posterior Canal BPPV: Clinical Decision Making and a Critical Appraisal of Treatment Techniques for Anterior...
Meniere’s Vertigo

Meniere’s Vertigo

Meniere’s vertigo attacks are recurrent episodes of severe vertigo, dizziness, tinnitus, and hearing loss (along with other symptoms) that occur spontaneously and last for minutes to hours, up to a day, then resolve. The co-occurring symptoms include nausea, vomiting,...
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,...
Blood Pressure and Vertigo: The Link

Blood Pressure and Vertigo: The Link

Blood Pressure and Vertigo People who have problems such as hypertension or hypotension may experience dizziness from the blood pressure itself. We may also find that there is a link between blood pressure and vertigo or dizziness, related to the vestibular system....
Lightheadedness and Presyncope

Lightheadedness and Presyncope

Lightheadedness and Presyncope When a patient complains of “dizziness,” it may not always be a vestibular issue. There are many non-vestibular causes of dizziness. Lightheadedness and Presyncope are two symptoms that patients may be experiencing when they...
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...

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