Vestibular Therapy for Vertigo
The vestibular system is made up of parts of the inner ear and brain that process sensory information that is involved in controlling eye movements and balance. Vestibular dysfunction can occur due to injury or disease that may damage these areas, environment or genetic conditions, or for unknown reasons. There are many types of vestibular disorders some of the most common include benign paraxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), vestibular or labyinthitis neuritis, labyrinthine infarction, Meniere's disease, mal de debarquement, and migraines. Vestubular disorders can cause dizziness, changes to your equilibrium, and loss of balance.
Improve Balance & Reduce Dizziness
with Vestibular Therapy
Vestibular rehabilitation therapy is an exercise-based treatment program designed to promote vestibular adaptation and substitution in order to decrease symptoms, improve balance, and reduce problems related to dizziness. The goals are to improve vertigo, enhance postural stability, enhance eye gaze, and to improve activities of daily living.
Our trained Vestibular Physical Therapist can help guide you through this program.
Why Choose Us
After six months of suffering sciatica, going to a chiropractor and acupuncture with no relief, I found this company and Dr. Kimberly Seman whom after 4 or 5 visits rendered me pain free. She is so knowledgeable about the body and I knew instantly after our first session I was on my way to recovery. I must also add how very sweet and kind she was as she performed her skills on me. I will be forever grateful to her.