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"If you're prepared, and you know what it takes, it's not a risk. You just have to figure out how to get there. There is always a way to get there.."

-Mark Cuban

Understanding dizziness

The term dizzy encompasses a wide range of various conditions. Dizziness is often times used to describe  sensations such as feeling faint/lightheaded, woozy, weak, unsteady or can even create the false sense that you or your surroundings are spinning or moving. It is important for us to differentiate between these various sensations to be able to make the most appropriate treatment plan for each patient. 

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Dizziness can be caused by a wide range of conditions making it difficult for healthcare providers to accurately diagnose which ultimately leads to the incorrect or incomplete treatmentThe most common form of dizziness is something called BPPV, which accounts for nearly 90% of dizziness cases. With that being said most providers will treat their patients as if this is the condition they have and when that is not the accurate

diagnoses, patients end up being the

one that suffers.

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Download our free guide

We are actively working on creating free pdf downloads for patients just like you to be able to go through and learn more about whatever condition you are struggling with. If you aren interested and would like to be notified as soon as this guide becomes available click the link below. 

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Dizziness affects about 15% to over 20% of adults yearly


We have seen patients just like you. Don't believe us, check out our patient success stories to hear from patients just like you and the results they were able to achieve at Peak Brain Performance Centers

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dizziness masterclass

We are also actively working on creating online courses that will go through the Doctor's entire thought process when working with a patient who is struggling with dizziness. If this sounds like something you'd be interested in click the button below. 

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