What Can You Do For Vertigo?

Vertigo

Vertigo can be treated and many times will go away on its own. Here are some ways you can treat it. What is Vertigo? Vertigo is a feeling of a sudden spinning sensation where you feel like you or the area around you is spinning. The sudden feeling of dizziness often originates from the change…

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How To Avoid Falling?

Fear of Falling

To avoid falling you first need to learn why it may be happening to you. One of the biggest concerns in people over the age of 70 is losing their mobility or independence due to a fall. Many will tell me how they don’t like when it takes them more than one time to get…

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Can Vertigo Be Treated?

Vertigo

Today’s topic is something that surprises a lot of people that physical therapists treat, and that is vertigo. I have seen hundreds of vertigo patients over the years in my practice and without a shadow of a doubt. 99 out of 100 will say something to the effect of, “I don’t know why I’m here…

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Will Vertigo Go Away?

Vertigo

Today we’re discussing a topic that many people are shocked to find out physical therapists are able to treat. Vertigo. We’ve seen hundreds of vertigo patients over the years at our clinic and, without a shadow of a doubt, 99 out of 100 will say something to the effect of: “I’m here because I’m dizzy.…

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What Makes Up Balance? How to Prevent Falling

Fall Prevention

During evaluations with our patients, predominantly those over the age of 70, we recognize fear and concern that they reveal of losing their mobility or independence due to a fall. They express how they don’t like it when it takes them multiple attempts to get up out of a chair, stool, or booth at a…

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Treatment For Vertigo Dizziness

Vertigo

Let’s talk about vestibular rehab. Has your doctor ever told you that you have crystals in your ears? This is referred to as a condition called benign positional paroxysmal vertigo or BPPV, and vertigo dizziness can be easily treated. Some characteristics are a room spinning sensation upon lying down, rolling over in bed, and lastly getting…

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Benign Positional Paroxysmal Vertigo (BPPV)

BPPV

Today, we’re gonna talk about vestibular rehab. If you’ve ever been told by your doctor that you have crystals in your ears, this is a condition called benign positional paroxysmal vertigo or BPPV and is very easily treated. If you lie down, roll over in bed or get up from bed and it feels like the…

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Components Of A Fall prevention evaluation

Fall Prevention

During my evaluation with many of my patients, almost always with people over 70, is the fear and concern of losing their mobility or independence due to a fall. ​​​​​​​ And many will tell me about how they don’t like it when it takes them more than one time to try and get up out…

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