BC Balance and Dizziness

Supporting, inspiring and educating those affected by balance and dizziness disorders

Vestibular Disorders

You might have an underlying condition that behaves like BPPV. A second possibility is recurrent BPPV; it can be fixed by a manoeuvre but then comes back. It’s also possible that the source of your problem isn’t in the inner ear, but higher up in your brain; if the sensors in your brain that interpret the information sent by the ear aren’t working properly, these manoeuvres will be of no use.

Vestibular Rehabilitation Exercises

You might have an underlying condition that behaves like BPPV. A second possibility is recurrent BPPV; it can be fixed by a manoeuvre but then comes back. It’s also possible that the source of your problem isn’t in the inner ear, but higher up in your brain; if the sensors in your brain that interpret the information sent by the ear aren’t working properly, these manoeuvres will be of no use.

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