Canalith Repositioning (CR) Treatment or BPPV treatment is done as a result of displaced otoconia. Here there are small crystals of calcium carbonate that are also named as ""otoliths"" or “canaliths”. This is usually attached to the otolithic membrane of the utricle that is in the inner ear. There are chances that trauma, infection, or even simple ageing, canaliths lead to the detachment of utricle and then accumulate within the semicircular canals. Any kind of head movement would lead to the shift of detached canaliths. As a result of this, there is stimulation of sensitive nerve hairs to send false signals to the brain, causing dizziness and other symptoms. An ENT would do this procedure for you.
Duration of the canalith repositioning procedure (CRP) takes about 30 minutes to an hour. The complications of the vestibular rehabilitation therapy may lead to longer duration. The therapy focuses on moving the displaced canaliths for preventing further damage. Canalith Repositioning Exercises are to be done post the surgery for faster recovery.
Rest assured that the ear break loose issues that you had earlier would not exist anymore. Post this treatment your problems of dizziness or giddiness that are associated here would tend to go away. You may have to be careful for a few days post this therapy to ensure that there is no risk of infection or similar issues that lead to ear problems.