Half Somersault Maneuver - Vertigo (BPPV) Treatment

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The Half Somersault Maneuver (00:21) can be an effective alternative to the Epley Maneuver. Specifically for those individuals who are not able to perform the Epley Maneuver due to physical restrictions.

Both of these procedures are use to remove a crystal (otoconia) which has become displaced in the posterior semicircular canal. They are both 90% effective.

Note: In this video we are taking about benign vertigo (BPPV). Please note though the major of cases are BPPV, not all cases of vertigo are benign. Therefore, you should familiarize yourself with the RED FLAG SIGNS.

RED FLAG SIGNS
An important factor to keep in mind is that vertigo or dizziness can be an indication of something more serious (such as a stroke). If you are experiencing any of the following sign or symptoms with vertigo or dizziness you should seek immediate medical attention:
- double vision
- sudden severe headache with no know cause
- sudden onset of weakness or numbness on one side of the body
- difficulty speaking, slurred speech, difficulty understanding speech
- sudden confusion
- difficulty waking up or staying awake
- difficulty walking or loss of balance
- sudden trouble seeing in one or both eyes
- sudden trouble walking, dizziness, loss of balance, or lack of coordination.

Medical Disclaimer: Nothing in this video, or related to this channel, should be construed as personal advice or diagnosis, and must not be used in this manner. You should and must consult a health care professional before adopting any of the suggestions in this video or before drawing inferences from it. Any decision regarding treatment and medication for your condition should be made with the advice and consultation of a qualified health care professional. If you have, or suspect you have, a health-care problem immediately contact a qualified health care professional for treatment.
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