The e-book is a 31 page review outlining cervical spine considerations as a BPPV recurrence factor. I provide detailed information on studies exhibiting manual therapy to improve vascular blood circulation via specific areas and considerations for lack of efficacy behind canalith repositioning procedures.
If you are a vestibular clinician, this is a must on your “book shelf”!
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Are you noticing a trend that certain patients are coming back to your office for canalith repositioning manuevers AGAIN and AGAIN?
Have you exhausted the education and link on Vitamin D, Osteoporosis and other risk factors?
Then, this e-book is perfect for you!
This e-book is a discussion paper to the vestibular therapist on the topic of risk factors for benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV). In particular, this manuscript focuses on the cervical spine. It is a collection of informative data to help the reader understand the relationship of the cervical spine with vestibular symptoms.
The goal of this review is to contribute to clinician’s knowledge about the cervical spine as a risk factor for recurrence, to maximize outcomes of clinical care, provide self-management strategies and minimize chronicity of ongoing symptoms associated with this disorder.
7-day Cervical Dizziness Relief Program
8 Easy Tests for Neck Pain
Calf Raise: where to feel it!
4 Stages of Cervicogenic Dizziness Management
5 Easy Tests for TMJ Pain
How to Diagnose Cervicogenic Dizziness with the Optimal Sequence Algorithm
Cervicogenic Dizziness References
Why the Vestibular Therapist should learn Cervical Manual Therapy
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