Dr. Frederick Carrick VertiGONE Goggle Comments

Published on March 13th, 2012no comments

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Dr. Carrick describes how beneficial the VertiGONE Goggles are and for whom he recommends them. The VertiGONE Goggles are the most accurate guide for Epley maneuver relief of positional vertigo.

DizzyFIX – non prescription vertigo treatment

Published on March 7th, 2012one comment

Can you wash your hair when you have BPPV (benign paroxysmal positional vertigo)? and how?

Published on March 7th, 20123 comment

can you wash your hair even if you didn't do the treatment such as the Epley and Semont manueuvers?

BPPV Education Video 2011.wmv

Published on March 1st, 2012one comment

Basic information on Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo

Positive Dix-Hallpike and Vestibular Neuritis and Gaze Evoked Nystagmus

Published on February 24th, 20124 comment

This is for medical professionals only

Vestibular Rehabilitation: Protocols and Programs: Re-order Set

Published on February 24th, 2012no comments

Vestibular Rehabilitation: Protocols and Programs: Re-order Set

DizzyFIX App – First iphone app for dizziness

Published on February 18th, 2012no comments

DizzyFIX App. All the power of the original DizzyFIX in the palm of your hand The application assists in the performance of the Epley maneuver which is recognized as the primary treatment for BPPV. The application guides the user through the correct series of head and body positions that ultimately guide loose vertigo causing particles out of the inner ear and into non reactive areas. The DizzyFIX iphone application is designed for use by a medical professional.


Published on February 12th, 2012no comments

Andrew Chang, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, Albert Einstein College of Medicine demonstrates (for physician use only) how to perform the Dix-Hallpike Test to evaluate for Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo during an Emergency MedicineCME activity for American Medical Seminars' Annual series of CME in Sarasota, FLORIDA. For information on more Live Continuing Medical Education or our Audio/Video CME Courses, visit us at www.ams4cme.com, or you may call us toll free at 1-866-267-4263. Make sure to check out our money saving promotions including Buy four DVD courses and receive your fifth free, or save $150.00 on our 40 Credit Comprehensive Audio Courses. Just make sure to use your exclusive YouTube promotion code 7400 when you check-out.

Can bppv vertigo make you feel off balanced and weird?

Published on February 12th, 2012one comment

like your falling or the ground is shaking. or when you walk it feels like the ground is moving?

Treatment of Horizontal Canal BPPV

Published on February 12th, 20124 comment

These video clips are recommended for use in conjunction with a course incorporating practical instruction. It covers the diagnosis and management of benign positional vertigo, including particle repositioning manoeuvres.

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