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Vertigo and dizziness are common and debilitating conditions that can also cause nausea and vomiting. One of the more common causes of vertigo in older populations is benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), which occurs when “small crystals” in the inner ear become loose and obstruct the fluid in the “balance canals”, resulting in mixed messages to the brain to cause vertigo or other symptoms.

BPPV can be successfully treated by many different health practitioners in a few sessions, although mild symptoms may persist after the initial, more severe symptoms resolve. It is important to receive a thorough assessment from one of our registered health professional to understand the cause of your symptoms and work with them to develop a treatment and management plan. By understanding the cause of the symptoms and working with a health practitioner, you can achieve better management and recovery.

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