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The Relationship Between Dizziness and Neck Pain

Both dizziness and neck pain are common complaints in the Norwegian population. The cervical spine has a highly developed proprioceptive system, which is involved in head and gaze stabilization as well as postural control. Thus, it has been argued that dizziness and/or unsteadiness can occur due to loss of or inadequate stimulation of neck receptors in patients with neck pain. Still, the notion of dizziness due to cervical dysfunction is a controversial topic. However, clinicia...

Herbal Medication (Gongjin-dan) for Chronic Dizziness

This is a prospective, multicenter, randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled, parallel-group, clinical trial to explore the effectiveness of an herbal medication, Gongjin-dan (GJD) for chronic dizziness (Ménière disease, psychogenic dizziness, or dizziness of unknown cause), identified as liver-deficiency pattern/syndrome, and assessed with Dizziness Handicap Inventory (DHI) ≥ 24 at baseline. Participants will be randomized and allocated to either GJD or placebo group...

Vestibular Evaluation After Vestibular Schwannoma Treatment

Vestibular schwannoma is a benign tumor located on the vestibular nerve. Patient could present dizziness symptoms cause to the tumor, and at least after the treatment by gamaknife radiosurgery or microsurgery resection. Only few studies keep the interest about dizziness symptoms and treatment modality in vestibular schwannoma. In the study dizziness symptoms were compared before and after the treatment of vestibular schwannoma by radiosurgery gammaknife or microsurgery ...

Traction Manipulation of Upper Cervical Spine on Cervicogenic Dizziness

Manual therapy reduces symptoms in patients with cervicogenic dizziness. The mobilization and manipulation of upper cervical spine are the most popular treatment in this patients. The International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical Therapists suggest different recommendations for the safety application of manual therapy techniques in the upper cervical spine, traction manipulation techniques complies with this conditions. However, there isn´t investigation about ...

Chuna Manual Therapy for Cervicogenic Dizziness

This is a prospective, pragmatic, assessor-blind, randomized controlled trial to explore the effectiveness of an adjuvant Chuna manual therapy (CMT) for cervicogenic dizziness of Dizziness Handicap Inventory (DHI) ≥ 16 at baseline. Participants will be randomized and allocated to either CMT combined with usual care (UC) group or UC group with 1:1 ratio. They will receive 12 sessions of CMT or UC treatment for 6 weeks. UC consists of physical therapy and patients education.

The Effects of Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy Supported With Virtual Reality in the Elderly Patients With Dizziness

Objective: To investigate the effect of vestibular rehabilitation exercises supported with virtual reality using virtual glasses technology on dizziness, static and dynamic balance, functional mobility, fear of falling, anxiety and depression in the short term (3 weeks) in the elderly with dizziness.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy With Vestibular Rehabilitation for Chronic Dizziness

The purpose of this study is to examine the effectiveness of acceptance and commitment therapy with vestibular rehabilitation in addition to clinical management for chronic dizziness, in comparison with treatment-as-usual(TAU) which is self-treatment vestibular rehabilitation in addition to clinical management for chronic dizziness.

Is Topiramate Effective in Treating Dizziness in Patient's With Migraine-Associated Dizziness

The purpose of this study is to determine whether topiramate effective in treating dizziness symptoms that are associated with migraine headaches.

Assessment and Treatment of Patients With Long-term Dizziness in Primary Care

Brief Summary: The purpose of the present study is to examine the effects of a Group based intervention consisting of vestibular rehabilitation (VR) combined with cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) in patients with long--lasting vestibular dizziness. The study also aims to describe sociodemographic, physical and psychological characteristics in the patients, and to examine prognostic factors related to functional status and disability following participation in the inter...

The Effect of Obstructive Sleep Apnea Treatment on Dizziness, Vertigo

Obstructive Sleep Apnea may cause dizziness or vertigo through hypoxia of the vestibular nuclei in the brain. Treating sleep apnea may improve dizziness or vertigo.

Efficacy of a Transcranial Vibrating System for Minimizing Dizziness During Caloric Testing

Testing for vestibular dysfunction often induces dizziness and nausea, to the point that testing cannot be completed. The investigators will use a "transcranial vibration system" that has shown promise in improving comfort during testing for vestibular disorders. The investigators hypothesize that with this "transcranial vibration system", the dizziness and nausea associated with caloric testing will be significantly reduced, while the clinical measures derived from the test w...

Effect of Vestibular Rehabilitation

The aim of this study is to assess if early supported vestibular rehabilitation can reduce dizziness and improve daily life activities in patients with acute vestibular injury. Our study question is: Does early supported vestibular rehabilitation have an additional effect on dizziness symptoms and daily life functions compared to standard treatment?

Trental for the Treatment of Vertigo/Dizziness/Imbalance

Imbalance, dizziness and vertigo as a result of problems in the inner ear (vestibular dysfunction) are becoming increasingly more prevalent in Americans 40 years of age and older. The symptoms have a severe impact on affected individuals with detrimental effects on work, travel, social and family life. These patients see doctors often with no relief in their symptoms. One potential cause of vestibular dysfunction is a decrease in or insufficient blood flow to the inner e...

Vestibular Cochlear Implant Hearing Impaired Child

Cochlear implantation (CI) is a well-known surgical procedure to rehabilitate patients with severe to profound sensorineural hearing loss. Indications for this surgery have expanded in the last 10 years including bilateral CI. Although CI has been described as a safe procedure with few major complications, it may have an adverse effect on the vestibular functions and produce dizziness. Prevalence of postoperative dizziness varies widely in the literature and is said to affect b...

Interventions for Residual Dizziness After Successful Repositioning Maneuvers in Patients With BPPV

To investigate the effect of vestibular rehabilitation, with or without medication, on resolving residual dizziness after successful repositioning maneuvers in patients with benign paroxysmal positional.

"Can A Prescribed Walking Program With or Without Monitoring Impact Dizziness in the Older Adults?"

Dizziness is a common complaint reported by 30% of people above 65 years of age and by more than 50% of those 90 years of age and older.(1) Age-related decline in vestibular, musculoskeletal, and neurologic performances compounded by a vestibular pathology can result to debilitating physical and psychological consequences. Dizziness is associated with falls,(2) disability (3) and physical inactivity.(4) Walking for endurance is cited as one of the components of vestibular rehab...

Impact of a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Scanner Exclusively Dedicated to Emergency in the Clinical Management of Patients Presenting With Diplopia or Dizziness

IRM-DU is a prospective observational single center study conducted in an emergency department to evaluate the impact of a MRI scanner exclusively dedicated to emergency in the clinical management of patients presenting with dizziness or diplopia. The study will compare 2 strategies : after and before availability of a MRI scanner dedicated to emergency. The primary endpoint is the proportion of patients with a diagnosis of stroke confirmed by imaging (MRI or Computed t...

Effects of Prismatic Spectacle Lenses on Symptoms of Dizziness, Headache and Anxiety as Caused by Vertical Heterophoria

The purpose of this study is to demonstrate whether, in patients diagnosed with Vertical Heterophoria, the symptoms of dizziness, headache and / or anxiety are reduced or eliminated when a kind of correction called vertical prism is added to the patient's normal eye glass prescription. The experiment will involve giving the patient two pairs of glasses (one pair containing the baseline prescription with vertical prism (Standard Treatment Glasses) and the other pair cont...

Effects of Early Vestibular Rehabilitation in Patients With Dizziness and Balance Disorders After Sport Concussion

This study examines the effect of early vestibular rehabilitation on reducing dizziness, improving balance, and improving the timeline to achieve medical clearance to return to activities such as sports and work activities. Half of the participants will receive early vestibular rehabilitation, while the other half will receive standard of care.

Forty Five Patients With Multiple Sclerosis Recieved Vestibular Rehabilitation and Balance Training

Patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) might develop dizziness or vertigo as a first manifestation or during the course of the illness. Many patients with MS experience chronic or intermittent dizziness. Acute symptoms of dizziness or vertigo in MS fall into two categories; acute vestibular syndrome (AVS) and positional vertigo. Vestibular disorder due to MS decreases whole body dynamic postural control and causes many functional limitations as limitations in ambulation, dynami...

Acute Video-oculography for Vertigo in Emergency Rooms for Rapid Triage (AVERT)

AVERT is a randomized controlled trial comparing video-oculography (VOG)-guided care to standard care to assess accuracy of diagnoses and initial management decisions for emergency department (ED) patients with a chief symptom of vertigo or dizziness suspected to be of vestibular cause. The trial will test the hypothesis that VOG-guided rapid triage (VRT) will accurately, safely, and efficiently differentiate peripheral from central vestibular disorders in ED patients presentin...

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Mal de Debarquement Syndrome

The goal of this study is to determine whether external neuromodulation using rTMS can reduce the perception of self-motion that is experienced by patients with mal de debarquement syndrome (MdDS). Mal de debarquement is translated as the "sickness of disembarkment," and refers to the chronic feeling of rocking dizziness that occurs after exposure to passive motion. Treatment for MdDS is limited and morbidity is high. Our goal is to determine whether rTMS can suppress the roc...

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Vestibular Treatment in Adolescents Following Sport Related Concussion

Each year, nearly 2 million children and adolescents have a sport-related concussion (SRC) in the U.S., but 57% of them do not receive appropriate clinical care following their injury. These injuries involve a wide range of symptoms including headache, dizziness, and sleep problems; and cognitive, emotional, visual, and vestibular impairment. The investigators have developed a clinical treatment model for SRC that addresses the heterogeneity of this injury using different clini...

Evaluation of the Effect of Two Types of Fluid in the Recovery From Anaesthesia. Voluven 6% v Hartmanns

Avoiding nausea and vomiting is one of the most important for patient comfort and satisfaction, and preventing unplanned overnight stays in hospital following surgery. Studies have shown that increased amounts of intravenous fluid during surgery prevent nausea and vomiting after operations. This effect lasted for up to 48 hours after the surgery. Other unpleasant side effects of dehydration that delay recovery including headaches and dizziness can be prevented with fluid treat...

Cervico-vestibular Rehabilitation for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

Neck pain, dizziness and headache are common symptoms following mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI). The efficacy of cervical spine and vestibular-ocular system impairments intervention need to be determined. In this randomized clinical trial, a 6-week personalized clinical rehabilitation program on subacute mTBI will be compare to a conventional approach. The rehabilitation program will include cervical spine exercise combined with manual therapy as well as vestibular-ocular re...

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