South Jersey Vestibular Rehabilitation

South Jersey Vestibular RehabilitationWhether you know it or not, you could benefit from vestibular rehabilitation. Do you experience any of the following symptoms? If so, contact the South Jersey vestibular rehabilitation physicians today for advice and guidance on how to remedy your issues.

  • Vertigo –do your surroundings appear to be moving or spinning?
  • Do you have imbalance, clumsiness or difficulty walking?
  • Brief episodes of dizziness or imbalance when moving quickly?
  • An abnormal sensation of movement, rocking or floating?
  • Difficulty keeping visual focus when driving or reading?
  • Discomfort in busy environments such as stores, crowds or traffic?
  • Motion sickness or nausea?
  • Dizziness associated with fatigue and difficulty concentrating?
  • Sensitivity to loud noises or certain visual patterns?
  • Headaches or a feeling of fogginess in your head?
  • Dizziness associated with concussion or whiplash injury?
  • A history of falls, or fear of falling?

About South Jersey Vestibular Rehabilitation

Vestibular rehabilitation is associated with inner ear disorders, migraine, mild brain injury, or other various conditions. It begins with a thorough patient evaluation to develop a treatment plan unique to your needs and diagnosis. Your physical therapist will also teach you a special set of exercises targeting balance, posture, coordination, movement re-education, and compensatory strategies, in order increase independence, comfort, safety, mobility, and participation in daily living activities.


One study estimates that  35% adults aged 40 years or older in the United States—accounting for about  69 million Americans—have experienced some form of vestibular dysfunction. Not only are adults affected, but children have experienced pediatric vestibular disorders as well. Vestibular deficits may cause impairments of motor development and balance, and poor gaze stability that inhibits children from learning to read.

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