BPPV assessment test
Purpose: Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is caused by rapid changes in head movements. A person feels that everything around him moves or rotates. The most frequent causes are head injuries or ear infections. BPPV can be caused by the fragments of otoliths in the semicircular channels of the ear that continue to move after the head stops moving. This causes a feeling of constant movement, which causes a contradiction with other sensory information.
Execution protocol: Stand upright, lean forward by 30-45 degrees. Close your eyes and return to the vertical position. Stay in this position with your eyes closed for 3-5 seconds and open your eyes.
A biomechanical test using this protocol can be evaluated in the H.MotionLAB using a ready-made report
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