Tag Archives: dizziness

Diagnosing Balance & Dizziness Disorders

The article written by Wuyts, Van Rompaey, and Maes has eight different dimensions that characterize vertigo complaints and help clinicians in their diagnosis. Continue reading

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Defining Dizziness

  A recent article in the New York Times provides some interesting insights on the topic of dizziness. “Dizziness is not a disease but rather a symptom that can result from a huge variety of underlying disorders or, in some … Continue reading

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Do Allergies Make Me Dizzy?

People often ask if allergies could be the cause of their dizziness. Continue reading

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Vertigo Can Be Scary!

One of the primary reasons for vertigo is Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo, sometimes referred to as BPPV. It accounts for 1/3 of vestibular disorders and can often be treated by a visit to a vestibular therapist. Rankin Physiotherapy, located in North Vancouver, offers treatment for BPPV. Continue reading

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