Vestibular Rehabilitation

Therapy for Dizziness & Balance Problems

Most people will experience dizziness at some point in their lives. Dizziness is the number one reason for physician visits by people over the age of 45, but can occur at any age. It could be a sign of a serious medical condition so you should always discuss your symptoms with your primary care provider. Often, dizziness is a result of a vestibular disorder. The vestibular system is a part of the inner ear that helps to control balance. Problems in this system could cause you to be dizzy, lightheaded or woozy, or you may experience a spinning sensation known as vertigo. This dizziness can be effectively treated with vestibular therapy.

What is Vestibular Rehab?

Vestibular rehabilitation is an exercise-based therapy program used to treat balance and dizziness disorders. It is based on the body’s natural ability to compensate for balance problems. Certain exercises strengthen this ability, and with a focused exercise routine, patients can improve their balance.

Our physical therapists are specially trained to treat balance and dizziness related to these conditions. A comprehensive evaluation will be completed to determine the most appropriate treatment.

We Are Here to Help You Get Back on Your Feet

If you have fallen or been close to falling, changed your normal activities because you are concerned about your balance or experienced dizziness or unsteadiness, ask your primary care provider for a referral to the vestibular rehabilitation program at The Cary Grossman Health & Wellness Center.

A written referral or prescription from a physician is required. Most types of insurance are accepted and have coverage for vestibular therapy.