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By: Gita Mikal, Registered Physiotherapist certified in Vestibular Rehabilitation Dizziness has many causes. A typical vestibular patient has a history of an acute, sudden dizziness attack which may or may not be accompanied by vomiting or
Menieres disease is a disorder that affects the inner ear. It is also known as idiopathic endolymphatic hydrops. It normally only affects one ear and is characterized by episodes of vertigo, tinnitus and severe pain in the ear and occasionally
While dizziness affects people of all age groups, it is a more common complain among older individuals. Most commonly, being dizzy is associated with the use of different medications and age-related changes among elderly individuals. However,
Vertigo and dizziness are often hard to diagnose, and they can be the result of previous sports injuries, inner-ear problems, or concussions. Once diagnosed, treatment for BPPV in Toronto or surrounding area can be facilitated with much success
A mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI), also known as a concussion is a caused by the forceful motion of the head or by a direct trauma to it which results in an insult to brain. This results in the person experiencing disorientation, being in a
A common cause of peripheral acute vertigo, Vestibular Neuritis is a condition characterised by a sudden onset of dizziness in a previously well, young or middle-aged individual. In the beginning, the vertigo is severe and then it subsides
Dizziness, vertigo, and other balance-related conditions are among the most common health problems in adults. Characterized by sudden light-headedness and a sensation that your head is spinning, vertigo affects almost 40% of the adult