A concussion suffered in any of a number of ways can lead to vertigo and other problems.; such an injury can result even from traumatic sudden or violent movement of the head. as well as striking it on something. Certain exercise programs, when orchestrated by a physical therapist, can help.
Patients who have undergone any of a range of surgical procedures, including the laparoscopic surgery used in a hysterectomy, have been successfully treated with the Epley maneuver, also known as canalith repositioning, to relieve the brief, but intense, episodes of dizziness and vertigo that occur when moving the head.