How DO I treat dizziness?

BPPV

Today, we’re going to talk about vestibular therapy, dizziness. 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…

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What can you do for vertigo

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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Vestibular Dysfunction

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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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…

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Vestibular Dysfunction

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 doubt, 99 out of 100 will say something to the effect of, “I don’t know why I’m here because…

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