http://www.FauquierENT.net - Video describes how the inner ear balance system works. The semicircular canals are shown along with corresponding head movement...

http://www.FauquierENT.net - Video describes how the inner ear balance system works. The semicircular canals are shown along with corresponding head movement...

As the head changes position during treatment, the  ear rocks continuously move to the lowest point

Inner Ear 'Rock Slides' Lead To Vertigo

As the head changes position during treatment, the ear rocks continuously move to the lowest point

ve you ever heard of Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV), or know someone suffering from it? BPPV, a form of vertigo, is thought to cause dizziness from debris that builds up in the inner ear (utricle). This debris is referred to by some as “ear rocks” or otoconia.

Inner Ear 'Rock Slides' Lead To Vertigo

ve you ever heard of Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV), or know someone suffering from it? BPPV, a form of vertigo, is thought to cause dizziness from debris that builds up in the inner ear (utricle). This debris is referred to by some as “ear rocks” or otoconia.

Visual-vestibular integration dysfunction is a sensory disorder in which the brain cannot properly process and combine information from the ...

Visual-vestibular integration dysfunction is a sensory disorder in which the brain cannot properly process and combine information from the ...

Treatment for ear crystals in inner ear

Inner Ear 'Rock Slides' Lead To Vertigo

Epley Maneuver is Helpful for Vertigo  Vertigo, in particular "benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV)", is a common disorder in which the patient complains of spinning and dizziness with rapid changes in head positions. BPPV is typically idiopathic (of unknown cause) in nature. Other reported causes are head trauma, vestibular neuritis (inflamed vestibulo-cochlear nerve), vertebrobasilar ischemia (inadequate blood flow to the brain), and inner ear infection.

Epley Maneuver is Helpful for Vertigo Vertigo, in particular "benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV)", is a common disorder in which the patient complains of spinning and dizziness with rapid changes in head positions. BPPV is typically idiopathic (of unknown cause) in nature. Other reported causes are head trauma, vestibular neuritis (inflamed vestibulo-cochlear nerve), vertebrobasilar ischemia (inadequate blood flow to the brain), and inner ear infection.

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