What is the best treatment for chronic vertigo?


When it comes to treatment for chronic vertigo, there are two schools of thought. One school of thought is that vertigo is due to a problem in the inner ear and therefore should be treated with medication. The other school of thought is that vertigo is due to a problem in the brainstem and therefore requires surgery.


Chronic vertigo is the most common type of vertigo, meaning it lasts for a long time. It can be difficult to know what the best treatment for chronic vertigo is because there are a lot of different things that can cause it.


Knowing what caused your chronic vertigo before you start treatment will help you to find out which form of treatment may work best for you.


Treatment may depend on the cause, such as:


- Head Injury


- Stroke


- Benign Positional Vertigo


- Vestibular Schwannoma


A person suffering from chronic vertigo should be assessed by a medical practitioner to determine the exact cause of their symptoms.


What are vertigo symptoms and treatment?


Vertigo is a balance disorder that is generally related to the inner ear. Vertigo can cause dizziness, nausea, and feelings of the room spinning. There are different causes for vertigo and different treatments for it.


In most cases, treatment for vertigo includes resetting a person's balance through physical therapy and exercises, medications, or ear surgery.


Vertigo can be caused by several different factors such as infections, head injuries, or certain medications. It can also be a symptom of an underlying medical condition like vertigo.

Since 2016 in Richmond VA RVA Physical Therapy And Sports Rehab center can help with all described conditions. To schedule a consultation or request more information about available services contact the RVA Physical Therapy team by phone at (804) 396 6753 or send an email to info@rvaphysicaltherapy.com

You can visit the therapy center at 2620 A Gaskins Rd, Henrico, VA 23238, USA.


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