The Epley maneuver, Semont maneuver, and the Brandt-Daroff exercise are all exercises used in the treatment of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, according to WebMD. The canalith procedure is also used in treating this condition, according to the Mayo Clinic.
The Epley maneuver and the Semont maneuver attempt to move the particles causing the vertigo symptoms back into the proper position through a series of specific head movements assisted by doctors, states WebMD. Vertigo sufferers can perform the Brandt-Daroff exercise unassisted. It involves moving from a prone position to a seated position repeatedly in order to reposition the ear particles.
A doctor can assist with the canalith procedure or the patient can perform it alone. It involves slow movements of the head to return the ear particles to their proper positions, reports Mayo Clinic.