What to Avoid after BPPV treatment

What to Avoid after BPPV treatment

What to Avoid after BPPV treatment Believe it or not, when I first started treating BPPV in 2006, we used to have our patients sleep upright and wear a soft cervical collar for a few days after treatment. Yes, it is true! Things have changed since then. The research...
Driving after Vertigo Treatment

Driving after Vertigo Treatment

Driving with Dizziness is Against the Law The one important thing to remember about driving after vertigo treatment is that first and foremost, the law restricts people who are subject to vertigo attacks from driving. I suggest you talk to your doctor and review the...
What Is BPPV: A Talk with Dr. Kim Bell, DPT

What Is BPPV: A Talk with Dr. Kim Bell, DPT

Many people ask me, what is BPPV? They also want to know what symptoms are common with this vestibular disorder. The B in BPPV stands for Benign, which means it is not a disease or a pathology. However, the secondary effects of unresolved BPPV can be very serious,...
Flying With Vertigo: Helpful Tips

Flying With Vertigo: Helpful Tips

Are you looking for tips to help flying with vertigo? I have patients travel to San Diego for vertigo treatment from all over the USA and foreign countries, so I frequently offer guidance on flying with vertigo. This is the mental checklist I run through, but not all...

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