Treatment of Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo

...what are its anatomical causes and how can it be treated?

This article aimed to review some of the most common Particle Repositioning Maneuvers (PRM) and investigate their effectiveness. These common maneuvers are used to treat either the horizontal, the anterior, or the posterior semicircular canal. These canals can cause dizziness. 

This article highlights the effectiveness of the Epley Maneuver, the Reverse Epley Maneuver, and The Barbecue Roll Maneuver for treatment.


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