Vestibular Dysfunction

Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) is a mechanical problem that causes brief, intense spells of whirling dizziness or vertigo. Symptoms are triggered by moving the head into certain positions. If diagnosed and treated correctly, a good to excellent recovery can be made. Other vestibular problems can occur and these cause a different pattern of symptoms. A specialist assessment can lead to an accurate diagnosis of the cause of your specific symptoms. Individually designed rehabilitation exercises may be required to make the most of your recovery. We can also perform Epley manoeuvres that can ease or sometimes completely eliminate symptoms.

For more information see:
Vestibular Disorders Association (USA)