This is content for patients of Chicago Dizziness and Hearing. We expect you to print off the handouts, but please do not upload this copyrighted material to other sites. Links are provided to explanatory maneuver that is publicly available as well. You should know (from your provider) what type of BPPV you have -- PC, LC, AC, or perhaps mixed. If you don't have BPPV, you may want to check here:
Below is a movie of the Epley Maneuver. This video shows it being done by a provider on a patient. It can also be done at home (see below). This animation is much faster than the actual timing -- each position should be held for at least 30 seconds, longer if the nystagmus continues more than 30 seconds. This is very important.
We suggest having your health-care provider (best equipped with Frenzel Goggles) diagnose your BPPV. Note the type of BPPV can change over time (due to canal conversion).