What Is Viral Vertigo?

What Is Viral Vertigo?

Viral vertigo is one of the most common causes of vertigo, after idiopathic BPPV. Any active virus in the body can cause vertigo, if it affects the inner ear. If hearing is not affected, then viral vertigo is called vestibular neuritis. When hearing is affected, then...
What Is Horizontal Canal BPPV?

What Is Horizontal Canal BPPV?

Horizontal canal BPPV is more common than researchers originally thought. This type of BPPV is more common in children than adults and more common after head trauma in patients of any age. Patients with a certain subtype of horizontal canal BPPV more commonly have to...
Fears After Recovering from Vertigo

Fears After Recovering from Vertigo

Vestibular physical therapy is very helpful to resolve many types of vertigo. Even after the outcome has resolved the vertigo symptoms, many patients have lingering fears after recovering from vertigo.  In this blog, I will share some common fears I hear from my...
Recurrent BPPV: 3 Frequently Asked Questions

Recurrent BPPV: 3 Frequently Asked Questions

I hear the same questions about recurrent BPPV from a lot of people. In this blog, I will cover three frequently asked questions (FAQs) about recurrent BPPV. For each answer, I also included links to check out research that helps to further explain my answers to these...
Can You Have Dizziness After A Concussion?

Can You Have Dizziness After A Concussion?

I do see a fair number of patients who have dizziness after a concussion. However, I do not specialize in mTBI (mild traumatic brain injury) or concussion rehab. In this blog, I’ll talk more about dizziness after concussion and what might need to be addressed...

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