We provide Vestibular Rehabilitation
Our special-trained Vestibular physiotherapy panorama hills is skilled in providing you with specific exercises to help improve your balance, and alleviate your dizziness. The vestibular system in your body includes the inner ear and its connections with the brain. Exercises may include those that focus on relaxing specific muscles in the neck and shoulder, as well as training your eyes and their movement. The result is better balance and a better quality of life in managing everyday situations.
Vestibular rehabilitation is an exercise-based program to improve balance and reduce dizziness-related problems. The feeling of dizziness can be defined as a feeling of unsteadiness, wooziness, light headedness, feelings of passing out, sensations of moving, spinning, floating, swaying, tilting, whirling, while standing still, lying down or changing positions. The symptoms can be constant or episodic in nature, only lasting seconds, minutes or hours. Our special-trained vestibular physical therapist team is skilled in providing you with specific exercises to help improve your balance, and alleviate your dizziness.At Vestibular physiotherapy panorama hills, the vestibular system in your body includes the inner ear and its connections with the brain.
Dizziness is generally not a serious problem, but is often a sign of a mechanical problem. Dizziness can be due to an inner ear disorder, a side effect of medications, a sign of neck dysfunction, or it can be due to a more serious problem such as brain or heart problem. Patients typically referred for vestibular rehabilitation therapy are those diagnosed with dizziness, vertigo, imbalance, Meniere’s syndrome, benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, neck related dizziness, and migraine. Other common cases include patients who have had a stroke or brain injury or who frequently fall. Common symptoms that can be helped with vestibular rehabilitations include dizziness or blurry vision with head movements, neck tightness, stiffness, and/or pain, imbalance or the need to hold onto objects when walking, frequent falls, headaches, vertigo/spinning. At your appointment, an expert physical therapist will evaluate your symptoms and assess your balance and/or leg strength/flexibility, gait, visual stability and mobility, and neck and arm strength, positional testing, including an inner ear exam.The result is better balance and a better quality of life in managing everyday situations.Contact Us.