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...
Atypical Vertigo Cases

Atypical Vertigo Cases

Traditional BPPV typically causes spinning vertigo symptoms and robust nystagmus during BPPV testing. However, I see a lot of patients who have not gotten answers or relief with traditional vertigo health care. BPPV without Spinning In many so-called atypical vertigo...
Finding a Vertigo Doctor

Finding a Vertigo Doctor

If you are someone who is experiencing vertigo and you are looking to find a vertigo doctor who is skilled and qualified to help you, then you are not alone. Two Online Directories to Find a Vertigo Doctor in Your Area Vestibular.org You can use the Healthcare...
Blurry Vision: What you Need to Know

Blurry Vision: What you Need to Know

If your vision is blurry, the first two professionals to consult are most likely your primary care physician and your eye doctor. The eye doctor can check your vision to see if you need new glasses. If you have recently gotten new glasses, it is possible the...
Epley Maneuver: 5 Reasons Why It Does Not Work

Epley Maneuver: 5 Reasons Why It Does Not Work

THE EPLEY MANEUVER  The Epley maneuver is used to reposition BPPV crystals. It is the first procedure of its kind to help with vertigo. Published in the early 90’s by the late US-based physician named, John Epley, since then, many healthcare providers and vertigo...

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