This changed my practice: DizzyFix Monday, September 24 This changed my practice: DizzyFix DizzyFix’s diagrams walk you through the steps needed for the Dix-Hallpike and Epley’s maneuvers, including a real-time display of exactly what path and angle to move the patient’s head through, and a timer to introduce appropriate pauses. AHFMR Research News – Cool Tools Monday, May 9 The DizzyFIX was featured in the Alberta Heritage Fund for Medical Research’s magazine “Research News” Reader’s Digest – Easy Fixes … Read More
DizzyFIX inventor Dr. Matthew Bromwich Runner Up for ITAC Hero Award Scientific Achievement Award – UWO Department of Otolaryngology Forefront R&D Grant from Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research Canadian Society for Clinical Investigation Product Award PSI Foundation Research Award Canadian Society of Otolaryngology – Honorable Mention Forefront Research & Development Grant
On Aug 16th, 2014 I awoke feeling a little bit off. At first I wasn’t sure what was going on but I felt a little sick to my stomach and slightly dizzy. I turned to my left and sat up and my world started to turn, slowly at first. I lay back down immediately fearing I would fall and it all got a lot worse. The room spun quickly and I had trouble seeing. Just as I was starting to … Read More
natural, drug-free treatment for vertigo and dizziness due to BPPV by helping patients perform the Epley Manoeuvre successfully.
Recently we were asked, “Which is best, the Epley, Semont or Brandt-Daroff for the treatment of BPPV?”. Like many things the answer isn’t perfectly clear. However, many studies have been done on each one and results have been reported with each maneuver. I’ll address each one below. 1) Brandt-Daroff maneuver (this example is for the Right side): This maneuver consists of sitting upright with your feet over the side of your bed, lying on your right side with your right ear against the … Read More