BPPV Treatment: Does it Hurt?

BPPV Treatment: Does it Hurt?

Does BPPV Treatment Hurt? Many people ask me if BPPV treatment hurts. The answer is that BPPV treatment may cause some temporary discomfort. During or after BPPV treatment, some patients also complain of mild to moderate pain in their head or neck. Informed...
My Path to Helping People With Vertigo

My Path to Helping People With Vertigo

People often ask me: Why did you decide to do this? Why does your practice focus only on patients with dizziness, vertigo, balance problems or falls? I respond that my specialty practice is powered by evidence and driven by empathy. The evidence behind Vestibular...
BPPV Causes: What Are They?

BPPV Causes: What Are They?

Before we talk about BPPV causes, you may want to look at Part 1 of our BPPV overview to get yourself up-to-speed on on what BPPV is as well as Part 3. We also previously published another related blog on BPPV Causes. BPPV (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo) is the...
What To Do When Vertigo Exercises Don’t Help

What To Do When Vertigo Exercises Don’t Help

In this blog, I discuss the topic of vertigo exercises that are given to a patient without a proper root cause assessment. Two months ago, I had the honor of presenting my third UCSD Stein Public Lecture, this one with the title, “Dizziness and Vertigo, Part II...

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