I had a terrible car accident when I was 30 years old. I accidentally fell asleep and when I opened my eyes, I missed almost getting hit by a truck but hit a fire hydrant on the road instead. Had an enormous blow to my head, and was hospitalized for a week. At that time, I had perforated eardrum, at least that's what they told me at that time. Ever since the accident, I started getting dizziness when I lay down or put my head down quickly. The doctors had got it confused with Meniere's disease, and I had to take treatments and medications for that for many years. It was a tiring journey with numerous medications, and therapies along with, persistent dizziness. I was only 5 years before that my doctors found out I have Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo. After that, my doctors suggested doing the Epley maneuver on me. However, that just made me feel worse, and I found out an exercise online, which I do before I go to sleep. It works after doing it for about 3 to 4 nights at a stretch. But now I 55 years old, and I find it harder to do it every day, and it makes me sick. I don't know how I am going to cope as I get older. Hence, I was surfing the internet and found out about vestibular physiotherapy treatment in Toronto. I was wondering if it is suitable for someone of my age. I don't want tiring therapies anymore. Please do provide me with recommendations concerning conventional therapeutics that I could take. Thank you.