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When the room starts spinning
Posted on: September 25th, 2019 by Jessica Shannon

When the room starts spinning Some types of dizziness can be treated by physiotherapists Did you roll out of bed one day and the room started spinning??? Have you felt nauseous and sick to your stomach after tilting your head or looking up or under something? Do these symptoms last for a few minutes and […]

BPPV – the easiest (and hardest) condition I treat.
Posted on: December 7th, 2017 by Jeffrey Begg

BPPV.  It’s a form of vertigo – that’s the “V”.  The B is “benign”, meaning it is not serious and is not part of a disease process.  The Ps are “paroxysmal”, meaning a sudden flurry of symptoms that pass quickly, and “positional”, meaning it only happens when your head goes into a certain position.  Benign […]

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