Vertigo Rehabilitation Services



Dizziness can be debilitating. Inner ear problems affecting the vestibular system can cause dizziness and loss of balance. A person suffering from vestibular dysfunction can develop secondary problems in the neck and shoulder including weakness, loss of motion, muscle tension, and headaches. Thankfully, specialized physical therapy treatment is very effective. We understand the problem. We have solutions to offer. Let us help.


Vertigo Rehabilitation Services



Dizziness can be debilitating. Inner ear problems affecting the vestibular system can cause dizziness and loss of balance. A person suffering from vestibular dysfunction can develop secondary problems in the neck and shoulder including weakness, loss of motion, muscle tension, and headaches. Thankfully, specialized physical therapy treatment is very effective. We understand the problem. We have solutions to offer. Let us help.

What We Treat

  • Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)
  • Reduced Inner Ear Function Associated with Meniere’s Disease
  • Labyrinthitis
  • Vestibular Neuritis
  • Treating sudden onset and long-term unresolved symptoms.
How We Treat

  • Canalith-Repositioning Maneuvers
  • Coordinating head, eye and body movements
  • Stimulating symptoms of dizziness in order to rebalance and desensitize the vestibular system
  • Improving balance and ability to walk
  • Improving fitness and endurance
 

Give us a call. We can help. Find out how with a free 15 minute consultation.

(360) 385-9310