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Tag Archives: Vestibular rehabilitation

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 without an apparent reason is an alarming situation as it can be a symptom of different health-related conditions, […]

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 –but how does one know when their dizziness can  be treated? What Causes Vertigo or Dizziness? First, let’s […]

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 population, with increased prevalence among older people. While occasional dizziness is not a serious issue, for chronic sufferers, vertigo can become […]

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