The ear can be broken into three sections. The first is the outer ear which is the part you see called the pinna as well as the ear canal. Next is the middle ear, which is a tiny chamber that houses the tiny ear bones—the malleus, incus, and stapes. And… Continue Reading Eustachian tube dysfunction (ETD) – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

– [Austin Goh] Are you suffering from vestibular disorder? If you are experiencing dizziness, or difficulty with coordination, then you may have vestibular disorder. Using The Natural Method, I’m going to show you how to care of it. First, we will git rid of the buildup of pressure in the… Continue Reading The 4 minute natural method for vestibular disorder – migraines & imbalance

Normally only with head movement does fluid within the inner ear also move informing the brain that a head turn occurred however should a crystal called an otolith that gets displace into the poster canal of the inner ear, BPPV dizziness occurs. Fluid movement occurs due to the crystal rather… Continue Reading Epley Maneuver to Treat BPPV Vertigo

Normally only with head movement does fluid within the inner ear also move informing the brain that a head turn occurred. However if a crystal called an otolith gets displaced into the semicircular canal of the inner ear, BPPV dizziness occurs. Fluid movement occurs due to the crystal rather than… Continue Reading Half Somersault Maneuver to Treat BPPV Vertigo

Migraine is a brain disorder. Its most common manifestation is headache. However, migraine can also cause attacks of vertigo. These attacks of vertigo are often difficult to distinguish from inner ear conditions. Sometimes it takes a careful neurological approach to episodes of vertigo to sort this out. As such, be… Continue Reading Vertigo: Caused by Migraines or Inner Ear Conditions?

Normally, only with head movement does fluid within the inner ear also move informing the brain that a head-turn occurred. However should a crystal called an otolith gets displaced into the lateral or horizontal canal of the inner ear, BPPV dizziness occurs. Fluid movement occurs due to the crystal rather… Continue Reading Lempert (BBQ) Maneuver to Treat BPPV Vertigo

Labyrinthitis feels like You are on a fairground ride that you never wanted to get on in the first place That you are whizzing round and round It doesn’t matter whether your eyes are open or whether your eyes are shut you’re still whizzing round and round it makes you… Continue Reading Labyrinthitis and Vertigo (BPPV): Hazel’s story | NHS

Normally only with head movement does fluid within the inner ear also move informing the brain that a head turn occurred However should a crystal called an otolith gets displaced into the superior or anterior canal of the inner ear BPPV dizziness occurs Fluid Movement occurs due to the crystal… Continue Reading Deep Head Hanging Maneuver to Treat BPPV Vertigo