What Is Viral Vertigo?

What Is Viral Vertigo?

Viral vertigo is one of the most common causes of vertigo, after 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 viral...
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...
Is There a Connection Between Vertigo and Teeth?

Is There a Connection Between Vertigo and Teeth?

Since I have been specializing in treating patients with dizziness and vertigo, I have observed an interesting connection between vertigo and teeth. I have seen multiple patients who experienced vertigo symptoms during daily dental hygiene, at the dentist office, and...
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...
BPPV Complications: Seven Examples

BPPV Complications: Seven Examples

BPPV complications can and sometimes do occur during BPPV treatment. The possibility of BPPV complications is the main reason why I do not recommend that people to attempt to treat themselves for BPPV. If anyone experiences a BPPV complication, I think it is best for...

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