Anterior Canal BPPV: Does it Exist?

Anterior Canal BPPV: Does it Exist?

This blog is an advanced topic which shares my perspective in the ongoing debate among vestibular professionals about the existence of anterior canal BPPV. Hint: It exists! In the 2008 original BPPV clinical practice guidelines, anterior canal BPPV was stated to be a...
What to Avoid after BPPV treatment

What to Avoid after BPPV treatment

What to Avoid after BPPV treatment Believe it or not, when I first started treating BPPV in 2006, we used to have our patients sleep upright and wear a soft cervical collar for a few days after treatment. Yes, it is true! Things have changed since then. The research...
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...
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 Consent:...
Have Symptoms Of BPPV? What To Do

Have Symptoms Of BPPV? What To Do

Have Symptoms of BPPV? What to Do It is very important to act as soon as possible if you feel like you have symptoms of BPPV (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo). There are a few different steps that someone can take to get themselves the care that they need if they...

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