Do you experience any of the following symptoms?
- 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?
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.
For more information: https://vestibular.org/