Why home treatment for dizziness is not a good idea

South Africa

In this informative short clip, Dr Tami Mehl explains the three primary dangers of treating dizziness caused by VBPPV (Vertical Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo). This condition requires specific, clinician-directed treatment and can make the patient worse when done improperly. In a technology-driven world with information constantly available at our fingertips, Dr Tami Mehl stresses the importance of not using YouTube or similar platforms to treat oneself for conditions such as VBPPV. If you would like more information about Vestibular Disorders of Otologic and Non-Otologic origin and their Psychological Overlay - you can watch her full CPD-accredited videos linked in the text.

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