Can Physio help with Dizzyness?

Jan 10th, 2014

Itay asked The Guru for the following Physiotherapy Advice:

I am 34 , suffering from dizziness (BPPV) for more than year now , no real vertigo anymore but mostly feeling off and balance issues , it started with the left ear , i did some epleys to myself but i think there is still debris left in the canal , would like to come to your clinic but was wondering if you’ll be able to help me even if i don’t have anymore the classic signs of Bppv Attack ( eye movement at Halpike position , etc.. )
please let me know , cheers : Itay

Jan 10th, 2014

The Guru Responded:

Hi Itay
BPPV, Meniere’s disease, Labyrinthitis and even steering into vertebral artery insufficiency all head in our direction.
Not because we can necessarily differentiate exactly between them all, but they mostly have a pretty common postural cause – that’s what we can nail…..and also giving some precise and concise advice and exercises to help with the visual symptoms.
Kate Jupe in Harley Street (020 7636 6353) has got lots of great experience. As long as we can see what’s the problem is, then I’m pretty happy to say that we can help. Oh, and if we can’t see where the problem is, then we won’t continue to treat you, but we’ll make sure we send you to someone what can!
Hope this helps

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