Canalith repositioning procedure

What is Canalith repositioning procedure?

A procedure done in the management of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, which is a disorder arising in the inner ear. Its symptoms are repeated episodes of positional vertigo, that is, of a spinning sensation caused by changes in the position of the head.

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My wife, who is in very good health normally, is experiencing severe light-headedness and nausea if she lifts her head from the pillow. She has a...

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Vertigo, please see a medical professional for treatment

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Because of my experiencing vertigo, my doctor has ordered a videonystagmogram/eng. what is this test used to diagnose? What is bppv? Is there a...

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vertigo

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I do understand your pain and discomforts

As per your query [BPPV] means...

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Male 20, for the past 5 days ive been geting dizzy of and on. Like ill be fine for a little while and then bam . It feels like i cant keep my eyes...

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BPPV, see ENT specialist for canalith repositioning

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