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...
What Is BPPV: A Talk with Dr. Kim Bell, DPT

What Is BPPV: A Talk with Dr. Kim Bell, DPT

Many people ask me, what is BPPV? They also want to know what symptoms are common with this vestibular disorder. The B in BPPV stands for Benign, which means it is not a disease or a pathology. However, the secondary effects of unresolved BPPV can be very serious,...
BPPV Causes: What Are They?

BPPV Causes: What Are They?

Before we talk about BPPV causes, you may want to look at Part 1 of our BPPV overview to get yourself up-to-speed on on what BPPV is as well as Part 3. We also previously published another related blog on BPPV Causes. BPPV (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo) is the...
Latest Research: BPPV Without Nystagmus

Latest Research: BPPV Without Nystagmus

I am so happy that there is now research to support BPPV without nystagmus! I wrote an earlier blog about BPPV without nystagmus, called “Symptomatic BPPV.” The blog was about how I resolved complaints of vertigo in my patients who have symptoms of BPPV but no...

BPPV

Stands for Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo, the most common vestibular disorder. “Benign” means it is not related to any disease process or pathology. “Paroxysmal” means it comes and goes. “Positional” means it is related to...

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