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Dr. Khalid Bashir Conducts a lecture on Vertigo in Bahrain

Date: 11/1/2014

In a study published in American journal of emergency medicine, where only 4% of doctors stated that they would treat patients with vertigo with exercises (maneuvers). Hence, most vertigo sufferers do not get effective curative treatment, and they keep on suffering for a very long time. Bashir K et al. Physical maneuvers: effective but underutilized treatment of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo in the ED. Am J Emerg Med. 2014 Jan; 32(1):95-6.

In another study published in a top American Journal [Otolaryngology and Head and Neck surgery] also explained how rarely patients with vertigo (BPPV) were offered physical maneuvers. Only 0.2% of patients were offered effective, curative physical maneuvers.

Kerber KA et al. Use of BPPV processes in emergency department dizziness presentations: a population-based study. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2013 Mar; 148(3):425-30.

Dr. Khalid Bashir Conducts a Lecture on Dizzyclear: 12/5/2011

Date: 12/5/2011

Cambrian News Article: 11/3/2011

Source: Cambrian News.

Date: 11/3/2011

A HOSPITAL consultant in Ab-erystwyth is set to release a book on dizziness and vertigo this month after designing special treatment techniques to help vertigo sufferers.

Dr Khalid Bashir, who works as head of emergency medicine at Bronglais Hospital, has also designed a special pillow which helps people suffering from ver-tigo to treat themselves in their own home.

So far, he has treated over 1,200 patients across Wales and has been contacted by other sufferers in the UK. Dr Bashir’s book, Dizzyclear, will be released in mid-Novem-ber and is aimed at benefitting GPs, nurses and physiothera-pists, as well as patients them-selves. He said: “We are the only de-partment in the whole of Britain that provides this treatment.

“The pillow is fairly new. I’ve been doing this treatment for some time though, as I suffered from vertigo as a junior doctor. “Lots of my friends were doctors as well but there was no effective treatment for the condition. “But then I came across some-one who was a technician and I spent a lot of time with him. “I tried techniques to allevi-ate vertigo on myself first of all and it was very successful, it’s all natural and I don’t prescribe pills.

“One of my patients had ver-tigo for 20 years and was cured in about three weeks. At least people can understand it’s a treatable condition.“Our results are close to 100 per cent in getting our patients better.”

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