Canadian Doctor Invents a Cure Then Gets the Dizzease(sic)

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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

I like to travel but I get Dizzy. What should I do?

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natural, drug-free treatment for vertigo and dizziness due to BPPV by helping patients perform the Epley Manoeuvre successfully.

DizzyFIX inventor Dr. Matthew Bromwich Runner Up for ITAC Hero Award

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One of the world’s most common diseases is also simultaneously one of the easiest to cure and misdiagnose. According to Ottawa-based MD, Dr. Matthew Bromwich, CEO of Clearwater Clinical Ltd., the stats are dizzying. That’s why he and his team of medical and ICT professionals worked together to create the mobile application, DizzyFix, which can help cure vertigo on the spot. Over the course of a lifetime, more than 40 percent of people will experience some kind of dizziness. The … Read More

Superior and Horizontal Canal BPPV – what are those?

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Someone recently asked about the treatment for the other 2 canals in the inner ear and if the Epley maneuver work for those types of BPPV. The quick answer is no the Epley maneuver does not work for horizontal or superior canal BPPV but only for the more common posterior canal form of BPPV. The good news about that, however, is that those other two types are easier to treat. First – superior canal BPPV is theoretical and may not … Read More

Epley Maneuver – How many times should it take?

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People often ask, “I have tried the Epley Maneuver, it didn’t work, should I keep trying?” In general terms, it may take several attempts to fully treat BPPV and most people can expect to have some recurrences.  We suggest that you need only perform the maneuver when you have an attack.  If you are not having symptoms then you don’t need to to do the maneuver although it may prevent recurrences.  It is always important to seek the advice of … Read More

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