• Vertigo: Spinning dizziness, which must have a rotational component.
    • Short duration (Paroxysmal): Lasts only seconds to minutes
    • Positional in onset: Can only be induced by a change in position
    • Nausea is often associated
    • Visual disturbance: It may be difficult to read or see during an attack due to the associated nystagmus
    • Pre-Syncope (feeling faint) or Syncope (fainting) is unusual
    • Emesis (Vomiting) is uncommon but possible

    We provide testing and correction of BPPV (displacement of the crystals in your ears), therapeutic techniques to decrease dizziness, rehabilitation of balance disorders, and fall prevention.