Latest Research: BPPV Without Nystagmus

Latest Research: BPPV Without Nystagmus

I am so happy that there is now research to support BPPV without nystagmus! I wrote an earlier blog about BPPV without nystagmus, called “Symptomatic BPPV.” The blog was about how I resolved complaints of vertigo in my patients who have symptoms of BPPV but no...
Vestibular Rehab: What Is It?

Vestibular Rehab: What Is It?

In this blog, I share the Key Points about Vestibular Rehab proven by research and found in the medical literature. Vocabulary: Vestibular Rehab is short for Vestibular Rehabilitation. It is specialized physical therapy for the inner ear balance system, or the...
Dizziness When Standing: What To Do About It

Dizziness When Standing: What To Do About It

Many people wonder, “What should I do if I feel dizziness when standing?” Dizziness when standing is often caused by a drop in blood pressure due to the force of gravity with standing and a lack of sufficient cardiovascular response, causing “Orthostatic hypotension.”...
The Difference between Dizziness and Dysequilibrium?

The Difference between Dizziness and Dysequilibrium?

A lot of times, other healthcare providers ask me, “What is the difference between dizziness and dysequilibrium?” Although they are similar, there are a few differences. The Difference Between Dizziness and Dysequilibrium? Dizziness “Dizziness” is a vague...
Vertigo With Lying Down Or Rolling Over

Vertigo With Lying Down Or Rolling Over

Not feeling 100% when lying down or rolling over? Below are some things you can do if you get vertigo with lying down or rolling over in bed. What you can do Vertigo with lying down or rolling over in bed usually lasts for less than one minute. People who feel vertigo...

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