The Additional Effect of Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy on Residual Dizziness After Successful Modified Epley Procedure for Posterior Canal Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo

Conclusions Residual dizziness is a common condition after a successful modified Epley procedure for BPPV. The VRT plus modified Epley procedure is as effective as modified Epley procedure alone in the management of residual dizziness. Further studies with supervised and customized VRT and longer follow-up periods are needed. Supplemental Material https://doi.org/10.23641/asha.14825508.PMID:34191552 | DOI:10.1044/2021_AJA-20-00171
Source: American Journal of Audiology - Category: Audiology Authors: Source Type: research

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