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What is BPPV and How do You Treat BPPV?

Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is a common form of balance disorder.

The success rate for treatment of BPPV is nearly 100%.  Once therapy is completed, dizziness rarely returns.

Because dizziness and hearing are so closely related, the testing also includes an audiological examination designed to help pinpoint the cause of your problem.  This audiological exam, a necessary part of any complete vestibular workup, is covered by Medicare and almost all other insurers.

Our services also include a new method of treating dizziness and balance disorders without drugs or surgery.  The treatment, known as vestibular rehabilitation therapy, may include eye exercises, balance retraining and brief therapy sessions focused on repositioning tiny particles within your inner ears.