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Feeling sick, loss of balance, and dizziness are accounted to be the most common symptoms of vertigo.

Most frequently, the problem with balance in the inner ear provokes the appearance of vertigo, however, issues in certain parts of the brain can also be the reason for its occurrence.

Causes of vertigo can be:


-Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV)  

-Meniere’s disease (occurrence of ear disorder due to unstable inner pressure and fluid)

-Vestibular neuritis or labyrinthitis (inner ear disorder due to infection that leads to inflammation)

The human brain is inclined to adapt to certain conditions, therefore in some cases inconveniences caused by vertigo can disappear without any medical contribution, however, there are also conditions where treatment is a necessity.

There are diverse methods used in the treatment of vertigo, such as:

-Vestibular rehabilitation

-Canalith repositioning maneuvers


Vestibular Rehabilitation

Vestibular Rehabilitation

A complex system that is in charge of transmitting information about our head and body movements in relation to gravity- is called the vestibular system. Responsible for our balance and orientation, the vestibular system can be enhanced through movement-based therapies.

Canalith Repositioning Maneuvers

Canalith Repositioning Maneuvers

Canalith repositioning maneuver, or the so-called Epley Maneuver is another form of therapy where vestibular specialists help you to move calcium crystals from the canals of your inner ear. It is the most preferred and efficient method used in the treatment of BPPV. Along with the support of a therapist during treatments, you will also be taught to practice exercises independently in the future.



In certain vertigo conditions, besides exercise-based therapies, medications can be selected as a treatment method, such as: -Prochlorperazine -Antihistamines -Antibiotics, etc.



A concussion is severe brain damage brought on by a blow to the skull. A concussion can cause: -Mental confusion -Memory loss -Dizziness -Headache -Vomiting -Sensitivity to light -Balance problems

Safe Space aims to find permanent solutions rather than temporary ones, therefore we diligently search and uncover the root cause of your inconvenience and eliminate it forever.


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We can to achieve the solution and bring back comfort to your life


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