We have had lots of questions following our last article on Vertigo. Mainly more ideas for exercises and asking who is the best person in our team to see for this condition.
The common exercises used to treat Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) are:
- Epley Maneuver
- Gaze Stabilization
- Brandt Daroff
If you are having any of these issues our Walnut Grove Physiotherapist Rosanne Molnar is a specialist in this area. Meet Rosanne.
Rosanne Molnar graduated in 2009 from the University of Alberta with a Master of Science
in Physical Therapy after completing a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology in 2005 from the
University of the Fraser Valley. She has continued her education with courses that include
level I and level II (lower extremity) of her manual therapy qualifications with the
Canadian Orthopedic Division Diploma of Advanced Orthopedic Manual and Manipulative
Physiotherapy, Vestibular Therapy (BPPV) and Graded Motor Imagery. Rosanne is an avid
leaner who is constantly updating her skills.
She has experience treating clients following motor vehicle accidents (ICBC), work related
injuries (WSBC) as well as most orthopedic conditions (strains, sprains, post-fracture).
With a straight forward and positive approach, Rosanne uses a variety of treatments which
include soft tissue release, mobilizations and exercise to help you return to your optimal health.
To speak to Rosanne or book an appointment please call 604 881 2002 or go to our website at www.physiofocus.ca