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The aim of this case report was to describe an MS patient with vertigo as the most disabling chief complain. The case was a 34 years old woman with diagnosis of MS from six years ago. Her MS EDSS was 6.5 and AI was 7. She demonstrated that positional vertigo interfered with her ADLs. Her Dix- Halpike established benign paroxysmal positional vertigo. Semont an Epley maneuvers were prescribed for her. After two weeks, vertigo was completely alleviated and the symptoms did not recur after two weeks of follow up.
Multiple sclerosis, Dix Halpike, Semont Maneuver, Epley Maneuver, Vertigo