Vestibular Treatment

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Why Vestibular Disorders Sucks!

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The Most Common Vestibular Disorders We Treat

Our Approach to Treating Vestibular Disorders – Fix the Cause

Feeling Nauseated, Dizzy, and Unsteady are
Some of the Most Common Symptoms of Vertigo….

Feeling Nauseated, Dizzy, and Unsteady are Some of the Most Common Symptoms of Vertigo….

If you're here reading this, there is a high probability you're grappling with relentless vertigo that is dramatically affecting your daily life.

Chances are you’re not getting a good night of rest…  You’re unproductive at work…  You can’t engage in activities or enjoy your normal lifestyle…

The dizziness is so intense that it’s affecting your mood…

When the dizziness, disorientation, or discomfort persist, it's natural to assume it will resolve on its own or attribute it to common factors such as stress or aging.  However, as time goes on, the vertigo persists without any signs of fading away.

You may feel like you're “dying,” but chances are, it's a condition called “vertigo”…

Another common misconception is a belief that vertigo will magically disappear overnight, leading individuals to rely on rest and medications for relief.  Unfortunately, this approach often falls short, after weeks of discomfort with little improvement.

We understand how frustrating it can be to be feeling dizzy and maybe suffering from vertigo!

There are various reasons why vertigo lingers longer than it should. It can be bewildering when different sources offer conflicting explanations.

While you may believe your symptoms originated from a specific incident or underlying condition, it's crucial to get a thorough evaluation from an expert who specializes in the non-invasive treatment of vestibular disorders to ensure the proper diagnosis as well as treatment.

What is Vertigo and What Causes It?

Vertigo is a distressing sensation of spinning or a feeling that the surrounding environment is moving, even when stationary.

It is often accompanied by dizziness, imbalance, nausea, and sometimes even hearing difficulties. Vertigo can significantly impact a person’s quality of life, making everyday activities challenging and causing emotional distress.

There are different types of vertigo, each with its own unique characteristics and causes.
Understanding these types can help individuals and healthcare professionals in identifying the underlying issues and determining the most appropriate treatment approaches.

Vestibular Conditions We Treat

BPPV

Meniere’s
Disease

Vestibular
Neuritis

BPPV frequently causes dizziness. It happens when tiny calcium crystals in your ears become dislodged and move to places where they shouldn’t be. This can cause vertigo and inner-ear discomfort, particularly when lying down.

This is an inner ear infection that can cause vertigo.

This disease develops when fluid builds up in your ear (s). This is distinguished by ear “ringing” and brief episodes of extreme dizziness that can last for hours. There is also a chance of temporary hearing loss.

How Does a Physical Therapist Treat Vertigo?

Once your therapist has ruled out more serious conditions that can make you dizzy, they’ll quickly take your through some tests to discern what type of vertigo you may be suffering from.

Depending on the results of your examination, most physical therapists are able to quickly and easily ease the symptoms of vertigo.

After your initial appointment you’ll get some exercises to help solidity that you have no more vertigo or dizziness upon leaving the clinic.

Don’t Let Vestibular Dysfunctions

Slow You Down Any Longer…

Experience long-term relief and a renewed sense of hope with our focused approach to treating vertigo. Say goodbye to medication side effects and ineffective treatments that leave you frustrated. Vertigo can often be misdiagnosed due to its complex nature and the various underlying causes. Our Doctors of Physical Therapy are dedicated to accurately diagnosing and effectively treating vertigo and its related symptoms.

If you suspect you may be experiencing symptoms of vertigo, reach out to us for a comprehensive evaluation by our experienced team. At our clinic, you’ll receive personalized care from leading experts in vestibular treatment. Your journey to relief begins with a thorough assessment during your initial consultation, allowing us to provide an accurate diagnosis and tailor a customized treatment plan just for you. We employ a multidimensional approach to treatment, combining a range of evidence-based passive and active therapies to effectively manage and alleviate your vertigo symptoms.

From vestibular rehabilitation exercises to manual therapy techniques, we will work closely with you to restore your balance and improve your overall quality of life. Don’t let vertigo hold you back from enjoying your daily activities. Contact our clinic today to start your path to lasting relief. Our goal is to help you regain your equilibrium and empower you to live life to the fullest.

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