Epley

Epley

(ep'lē),
John M., 20th-century U.S. otologist.
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Ellis, 36, and Michael R Epley, 37, both of Eugene.
The Epley maneuver is an exercise done with the assistance of a doctor or physical therapist, and involves your head being moved into certain positions while you recline in a chair or lie down.
The most commonly used canalith-repositioning maneuver is the Epley maneuver (2-4).
Objective: To compare the effects of neck restrictions on efficacy of Epley maneuver in management of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV).
This technique developed by Epley is effective in posterior canal BPPV (PC - BPPV).
A specially-trained physiotherapist can perform the Epley manoeuvre which usually helps.
America's PRO/AM Bodybuilding/Physique Competition, will be supported by a team of world famous, elite athletic trainers including Boyd Epley, founder of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) who is serving as their Athletic Competition Grandmaster.
Assessment on the Epley tests, included Dix Hallpike tests, and side lying tests during which the subject was rolled from supine to the right ear down or from supine to the left ear down positions.
The Dix-Hallpike maneuver is also the first step of a treatment for BBPV known as the Epley maneuver.
7,8] One treatment with the Epley or Semont manoeuvre is often sufficient, as complete recovery is reported in 50-70% of patients.
Mayor Mark Epley tells the newspaper residents of the two-story home escaped before firefighters arrived and were not injured.
Por tratar-se de um exercicio uniarticular, unilateral, que envolve pequenos grupos musculares, optou-se pela realizacao do teste indireto para estimar a forca maxima, aplicando a formula de Epley (1985):