By Karolina Stetsyuk, PT, DPT, Board Certified Neurologic Clinical Specialist
Have you experienced periods of dizziness or sensation of the room spinning? Have you been told you have vertigo or BPPV?
Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) … Read more »
Dizziness comes in a variety of packages and is caused by a number of reasons. The two most common reasons are BPPV (Benign Paroxysmal Peripheral Vertigo) and UVH (Unilateral Vestibular Hypofunction). Lauren has written a great article on how … Read more »
By Karolina Kozlova, PT, DPT, Neurologic Clinical Specialist
What is BPPV?
Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is an inner ear disorder where small crystals of calcium carbonate break loose and fall into another area within the balance canals. This causes … Read more »
The nervous system is a complex and intricate system that controls and regulates the functions of your body. When something goes wrong, you can have difficulty breathing, moving, swallowing, speaking or problems with memory recall, senses or mood.
If you … Read more »
Lauren Fournier, PT, DPT
Imagine life without balance. Close your eyes and stand on one foot. It is hard is it not? Now imagine having that same disorienting feeling on two feet, and with your eyes open. Balance is something … Read more »
Lauren Fournier, PT, DPT, Vestibular Rehab Therapist
- Even though you are likely learning about your
“Vestibular System” for the first time, you have undoubtedly discovered it is
very much a part of your everyday life. Your balance is a huge
… Read more »
By Lauren Fournier, DPT
Imagine one morning getting out of bed and suddenly your entire world is spinning, and you feel like you’re going to be sick or even fall over! Or imagine falling while walking in your yard and … Read more »