Robbert van Haselen International Institute for Integrated Medicine (INTMEDI), Kingston, United Kingdom

Introduction. Vertigoheel is multicomponent homeopathically produced medication that used for the bioregulatorytherapy of dizziness of various origins, including dizziness associated with motion sickness. Objective: to review the scientific literature on the efficiency of using Vertigoheel to treat dizziness. Material and methods. The available data on Vertigoheelwere analyzed using an integrative approach, i.e. mixed methods. The analysis includedboth the determination of the level of evidence, by applying a hierarchical grading system, and the assessment of the data by non-hierarchicalmethods. Results. Eleven works, including 1 review, 2clinical trials, 7 observationalstudies, and one basic researchstudies were analyzed. Conclusion. Studies on Vertigoheel comprise are a multifaceted and diverse evidence-base that increases every year. The integrative approach isof value in the context of individualized medical care.

bioregulatory therapy
integrative approach
evidence base

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