We are delighted to have hosted our first course here this weekend.
Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) is a disorder arising in the inner ear. Its symptoms are repeated episodes of positional vertigo, a spinning sensation, intense but short bouts of dizzyness caused by changes in the position of the head.
Typically experienced when getting in and out of bed, lying down or turning in bed. Symptoms can also be triggered by looking up or turning your head quickly,or even bending down to tie your shoe laces. The Epley manoeuvre is a simple procedure that can provide a near instant cure for BPPV.
Both Edel and Simon are now trained and insured in the diagnosis and treatment of this condition. If this is something that currently effects you, or one you’ve learn’t to live with, call the reception to make an appointment.
Our thanks go to Alan Craft DC FMCA for running the course. We look forward to many more to come.