BPPV Symptoms: What to Know

BPPV Symptoms: What to Know

Previously, I have covered the topic of BPPV in two previous blog posts, BPPV Overview Part 1 and Part 2. In this blog post we will talk about BPPV Symptoms. I will cover common complaints associated with BPPV symptoms, common positions and activities that trigger...
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 Causes Dizziness?

What Causes Dizziness?

People tend to look for what causes dizziness, where in most cases, it may not be just one factor that is causing this problem. The Cause of Dizziness is Usually Multifactorial Some of the body areas that may be causing dizziness are the ears, eyes, neck, heart,...
Flying with Vertigo: Tips for Plane Travel with Vertigo

Flying with Vertigo: Tips for Plane Travel with Vertigo

Can you go flying with Vertigo? Many people ask me if they can go flying with vertigo. I cannot make that decision for you but I can share tips to get through the airport more comfortably. I have published three past blogs with helpful tips for flying with...
Epley Maneuver: 5 Reasons Why It Does Not Work

Epley Maneuver: 5 Reasons Why It Does Not Work

The Epley Maneuver for BPPV Particle Repositioning Many people with dizziness or vertigo have heard of the “Epley maneuver” as a treatment. The Epley maneuver is used to reposition BPPV crystals. It is the first procedure of its kind, published in the...
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...

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