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Dizzy Chair: Curing Vertigo
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Summary
Patients with vertigo and dizziness typically have a problem with their inner ear. With vertigo, the patient has a feeling of motion, even if they are stationary – the room or landscape appears to turn around all the time. This is a chronic condition which does not go away.
There are several different causes of vertigo. When a patient suffers from "peripheral", "otologic" or "vestibular" vertigo, the crystals lining the inner ear are loose. Within the inner ear lie collections of calcium crystals known as otoconia. In these patients, the otoconia are dislodged from their usual position and migrate over time into one of the semicircular canals. All our balance is controlled by these two gyroscopes, the three little semi-circular canals in the ear.
A patient suffering from this type of vertigo is placed into a rotation chair, called an Epley Chair. The chair rotates the patient in a variety of degrees until the loose crystals are rolled back into place. The treatments take about a couple of hours.
Keywords: vertigo, Epley Chair, ian Purcell, michael o'leary, dizzy, dizzy chair, alvarado hospital, senta clinic, vision
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