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The Epley maneuver is a series of head movements to relieve symptoms of benign positional vertigo, or benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV). BPPV occurs when small pieces of bone-like calcium (canaliths) break free and float inside small canals in your inner ear. This sends confusing messages to your brain about your body's position, which causes vertigo.
The Epley maneuver is used to move the canaliths out of the canals so they stop causing symptoms.
To perform the maneuver, your health care provider will:
Turn your head toward the side that causes vertigo.
Quickly lay you down on your back with your head in the same position just off the edge of the table. You will likely feel more intense vertigo symptoms at this point.
Slowly move your head to the opposite side.
Turn your body so that it is in line with your head. You will be lying on your side with your head and body facing to the side.
Sit you upright.
Your provider may need to repeat these steps a few times.