Head & Neck Vertigo

Vertigo, defined as a false sensation of spinning, can be the result of a variety of different factors. The most common cause of vertigo is benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), which is triggered by movement and changes in head position.  BPPV occurs when calcium crystals dislodge into one or more of the three fluid filled semi circular canals in your inner ear.  When enough of these particles accumulate, it interferes with the normal fluid movement in the canals.  This causes the inner ear to send false signals to the brain, leading to sensations of vertigo.  

How our physiotherapists can help

 Our physiotherapists will perform a thorough examination of your vestibular symptoms. We will evaluate your visual movements, positioning of your head, neck mobility and balance. If you are suffering with vertigo, our physiotherapists can perform specific techniques to settle the calcium deposits in the inner ear and improve your balance systems. Book an appointment today to discover how we can help stop your vertigo and make you feel like yourself again!