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Dealing with Fractures – Types, Causes, and Recovery

Dealing with Fractures – Types, Causes, and Recovery

One of the most common questions I get from people trying to treat their BPPV is “Where do those crystals come from?” In addition, they usually ask “Are the crystals normal?”

To be clear, the little crystals (or rocks, depending on who you talk to) are called otoconia, and when they float into your “semicircular canals” they cause vertigo.

We call this type of vertigo BPPV, which stands for Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo. Our goal with the treatment of BPPV is to get those little crystals OUT of the semicircular canals and back where they came from (the “utricle”).

In this video, I’ll explain where those little crystals come from, and I’ll address the question about whether or not they’re “normal”.

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Understanding Tendinitis – Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention

Understanding Tendinitis – Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention

One of the most common questions I get from people trying to treat their BPPV is “Where do those crystals come from?” In addition, they usually ask “Are the crystals normal?”

To be clear, the little crystals (or rocks, depending on who you talk to) are called otoconia, and when they float into your “semicircular canals” they cause vertigo.

We call this type of vertigo BPPV, which stands for Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo. Our goal with the treatment of BPPV is to get those little crystals OUT of the semicircular canals and back where they came from (the “utricle”).

In this video, I’ll explain where those little crystals come from, and I’ll address the question about whether or not they’re “normal”.

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Margie’s Weight Loss Success Story (“20-30 Fast Track” Program)

Margie’s Weight Loss Success Story (“20-30 Fast Track” Program)

This story is a special one to me, as Margie is my Mom! So please show her some love and leave her a positive comment ūüôā

Margie joined the “20-30 Fast Track” with me in the hopes of losing some weight improving some key medical conditions as well.

In particular, she wanted to level out her blood sugars (she has Type 1 diabetes), reduce the swelling and edema in her legs, and decrease her lower back pain and sciatic nerve pain, which was significantly limiting her ability to walk.

Watch the video to hear about her amazing results, including some of these highlights:
– Her blood sugar is now “97% within range”
– The swelling and edema in her legs is gone
– Her lower back and sciatic nerve pain have decreased to the point where she’s been able to avoid back injections and has been able to improve her walking distance from .25 miles to 1.2 miles

Her story is truly amazing, and she’s just getting started!

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Physical Therapy for Arthritis – Managing Joint Pain

Physical Therapy for Arthritis – Managing Joint Pain

One of the most common questions I get from people trying to treat their BPPV is “Where do those crystals come from?” In addition, they usually ask “Are the crystals normal?”

To be clear, the little crystals (or rocks, depending on who you talk to) are called otoconia, and when they float into your “semicircular canals” they cause vertigo.

We call this type of vertigo BPPV, which stands for Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo. Our goal with the treatment of BPPV is to get those little crystals OUT of the semicircular canals and back where they came from (the “utricle”).

In this video, I’ll explain where those little crystals come from, and I’ll address the question about whether or not they’re “normal”.

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Physical Therapy After Stroke

Physical Therapy After Stroke

One of the most common questions I get from people trying to treat their BPPV is “Where do those crystals come from?” In addition, they usually ask “Are the crystals normal?”

To be clear, the little crystals (or rocks, depending on who you talk to) are called otoconia, and when they float into your “semicircular canals” they cause vertigo.

We call this type of vertigo BPPV, which stands for Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo. Our goal with the treatment of BPPV is to get those little crystals OUT of the semicircular canals and back where they came from (the “utricle”).

In this video, I’ll explain where those little crystals come from, and I’ll address the question about whether or not they’re “normal”.

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