Here are the Blogs in the Brain
Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) dizziness is generally thought to be due to debris described as "ear rocks", formally known as "otoconia". When there has been damage to the inner ear either by head injury, infection, or advanced age, the ear rocks float through the ear canal stimulating ...Read More...
Posted on 03/22/2016 1:49 PM by Julie Shoemake
A cerebrovascular accident, also call CVA or stroke, is the sudden lack of oxygen to the brain caused by a blockage or rupture of an artery to the brain. Arteries supply blood, oxygen, and nutrients to the brain. There are three ways an artery can be damaged resulting in a CVA.
- Embolic Stroke ...Read More...
Posted on 09/16/2015 1:29 PM by Mandy Tuscan