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Vestibular Rehabilitation

What Is Vestibular Rehabilitation?

Vestibular rehabilitation is a specialized form of physical therapy that is intended to aid individuals who are suffering from inner ear disorders, vertigo, dizziness, or balance problems. The vestibular system is responsible for maintaining our balance and spatial orientation. When it does not function properly, it can result in various symptoms, such as vertigo, dizziness, and nausea. 

What is Involved with Vestibular Rehabilitation?

During vestibular rehabilitation therapy (VRT) sessions, patients engage in various exercises that target specific brain areas responsible for balance and coordination. These exercises could include head and eye movements, such as tracking a moving object with their eyes, or balance training, like standing on one leg for a set period. Visual tracking exercises might involve following a moving object with their eyes or reading a series of letters on a chart. 

Vestibular rehabilitation therapy (VRT) is a treatment that genuinely comprehends and caters to each patient’s distinct needs. It can be finely adjusted to target specific deficits and areas of impairment. This individualized approach often enhances patients’ ability to concentrate, balance, and navigate their surroundings, fostering a sense of being cared for and understood.

If you want to learn more about VRT and how it can benefit you, please consult us today.


Have you or someone you know been feeling dizzy or unsteady when you move your head in certain positions? It can be an uncomfortable and disorienting experience impacting your daily life. This may be a sign of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) caused by tiny crystals in the inner ear being displaced. Don’t worry; treatments are available to help alleviate the symptoms and make you feel like yourself again.

There are ways to manage and alleviate these symptoms with the help of a physical therapist. They can work with you to create a personalized exercise and technique plan to reposition the crystals in your inner ear while improving your balance, coordination, and visual stability. With their assistance, you can progress towards feeling better and regaining control over your life.

We genuinely empathize with the challenges of living with BPPV, and we want you to know that you’re not alone. With the proper treatment and support, you can overcome it. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us to take the first step towards a better quality of life.

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