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Day 863: I haven't got time for ... 

One benefit of living one’s entire life with a chronic, eventually fatal condition (which we all have, if you think about it):

It can focus you wonderfully on what’s important in the moment. 232 more words

Personal Growth

My Inner Ear and Me

‘A throb hits you on the left side of the head so hard that your head bobs to the right. There’s no way that came from inside your head, you think. 887 more words


One Thing That Will Help Your Vertigo More Than Anything Else

Over the past month there has been an increase in the number of patients into my clinic experiencing vertigo. Some of them have visited health care professionals in order to stop the room from spinning and some are waiting for it to go away on its own. 292 more words


Sailing Isn't As Fun As I Thought It Was Going To Be

Farmer Farthing is not a well bunny.

Not at all.

The vertigo I thought I’d gotten rid of a few years ago has reared it’s ugly head again. 557 more words


That time I convinced myself I might be dying

I still remember it, along with the fear I felt when I first noticed it. It was hot. August, I think. I had spent the night at my college boyfriend (Dave)’s dorm. 826 more words

Vestibular Physical Therapy for Dizzy Patients

Consider Physical Therapy For Your Dizzy Patients!

Dizziness is one of the most common complaints made by patients. In fact, it is the most common complaint of people over age 75. 200 more words

Physical Therapy Practice


BPPV stands for Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo.  It just means you’re dizzy.  If you have BPPV, here’s why you are dizzy.

When I was 2 months out of a massive stroke and had a shaved head, I went to the ER with a severe headache and dizziness.  199 more words