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ylancour
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Date Joined May 2011
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   Posted 5/27/2011 6:18 PM (GMT -7)   
Having problems with vertigo for the last 3 months. Been to physical therapy and nothing is helping. Does anyone have any suggestions. I was better for about 2 weeks then my allergies started up and everything came back. I must have "top shelf" vertigo as I cannot look up without spinning. Please if anyone has any suggestions please let me know.

averil25
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   Posted 5/30/2011 7:39 PM (GMT -7)   
If you seem to be bothered by your vertigo, why don’t you seek advice and consultation? I think it would be helpful to know the cause of your chronic vertigo. Try to relax and de-stress yourself maybe it can be helpful too. When I am stress, I also had physical symptoms. Before, I took medications to allay my symptoms but it has temporary effects only. So I tried to shift in energy healing. On my first session with Paul (YM practitioner) where he clears my negative life experiences that became energetic imprints, I feel a lot better. And at the end of the session, I feel very light and comfortable as if I no longer have heavy weights that need to be carried inside my body. I find Yuen method as the most effective technique with the quickest results that I’ve ever experienced.

PTandPatient
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   Posted 8/7/2011 2:56 PM (GMT -7)   
Vertigo, a mystery in many cases. You should know there are many different causes of vertigo. My husband has been dealing w Vertigo for 10 years. He has had batteries of tests and been to the best of the best over the USA. First step is find a good Neurotologist who can test you for Meniere's, BPPV, cervicogenic vertigo, etc. The treatment for vertigo varies based off your diagnosis. Vertigo from cervical extension can be caused from BPPV and also Cervical compression of the vertebral artery or discogenic/mechanical dysfunction. Get tested.

PTandPatient
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   Posted 8/7/2011 2:59 PM (GMT -7)   
Oh my husband ended up with 2 conditions causing vestibular problems: Perilymph Fistula (surgery last December) and MAV (migraine associated vertigo). I am a PT and trust me, we have traveled the long road on this one.
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