Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) describes a condition where the body’s natural balance systems are off. These balance systems are located in the inner ear and depend on fluid components and their interaction with sensory structures. Some people experience an offset to the balance of these inner ear components and their body becomes confused about where it is in space. This means when you perform head movements or large body movements, the sensory components in the inner become confused and your body thinks it’s falling almost creating dizziness or a change in vision. Some people even experience nausea and vomiting.
At Pouzol Physical Therapy we have a trained physical therapist who can naturally reposition the components of the inner ear improving the balance and preventing the dizziness, nausea, and vomiting symptoms. Some people live with this condition for years, seeking treatment and medications that are unsuccessful. Call us today at 207.990.2050 to receive the treatment you need and experience how easy it is to restore the body’s natural balance.
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- Ansley Throckmorton
"I highly recommend Teri Carr, PT. She is an extraordinary physical therapist and care giver. Her years of experience and constant continued learning make her an absolute expert. She is such a caring person and very effective. She works with her patients to find a plan that will work for them. She focuses on pelvic floor issues – including nerves in the pelvis. She is the only expert listed for the state of Maine for pudendal neuralgia. I am so lucky to have her as my therapist.
The staff here is also excellent. Everyone is upbeat and helpful, from the owner (Doug) to the support staff (Katie). I’ll never go anywhere else for physical therapy! "
- Robin T.
"Teri Carr and the crew at Pouzol's Physical Therapy have been extremely helpful with dealing with my health issues. The Pelvic Floor therapy for my abdominal pain has increased my quality of life twofold and when I had back issues last year Teri helped me with pre and post surgery pain and recovery. The atmosphere there is a place of healing and the people are all very friendly and I consider them as friends. I would recommend them to everyone and come to think of it I have.
- Tammy Light