Vestibular Rehabilitation

Vestibular Rehabilitation is a type of specialized therapy used to treat vertigo, dizzy a balance disorders.  Depending on the cause of the symptoms, therapy can incorporate maneuvers to reposition particles in the inner ear, work on balance compensation strategies, gaze stabilization or habituation training to improve symptoms of dizziness and instability.  Our therapists are highly trained in the treatment of vestibular conditions and have attended continuing education courses on the treatment of vestibular conditions including the esteemed Susan Herdman course at Emory University.

Sessions typically last from 45-60 minutes depending on patient tolerance with periodic rest breaks as needed early in the program.  The typical program involves 2 visits per week to gain a positive training effect.  Our program begins with a thorough physical therapy evaluation and communication with your physician regarding your initial status and continues with regular assessments of progress provided to your physician as well.

We are committed to help those struggling to regain their functional mobility, independence, and joy in taking positive “Strides” in life.

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