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Vestibular Rehabilitation


Vestibular rehabilitation training is a physical therapy, exercise-based program that’s designed to improve balance and help people who experience dizziness. If you’re having balance-related problems, vertigo, or recurring dizziness, connect with Physical Therapists NYC to see how we can help.

What is Vestibular Physical Therapy

Vestibular physical therapy can help when the patient’s dizziness, vertigo, or balance problems are related to an injury or a disability within the vestibular system. Your vestibular system is comprised of several tracts with the main components being found in the inner ear. Within this system, there are receptors that transmit information to the brain. Its main responsibility is to notify the brain of positioning so you can keep your balance and equilibrium.

If there has been an injury to the vestibular system the body will compensation for this, but it can be confusing to the brain and the individual will feel dizziness, have vertigo, and/or suffer from balance problems. Vestibular therapy/training works by using the body’s natural inclination to compensate and training the patient to use alternative signals from other systems to relearn how to balance. For these individuals, having vestibular training can return them to normal function and they will once again experience confidence in their activities.

Who Needs Vestibular Therapy

Vestibular therapy is unlike many other kinds of physical therapy in that it’s only applicable for people who have been diagnosed with a vestibular condition. If this is not what’s causing your feelings of vertigo or dizziness, then vestibular therapy will not work for you. Some of the conditions that do benefit from vestibular therapy include:

  1. Vestibulopathy
  2. Post-concussion syndrome
  3. Cervicogenic dizziness
  4. Mal de Debarquement
  5. Persistent postural perceptual dizziness
  6. Vestibular migraine
  7. Unilateral vestibular hypofunction
  8. Vestibular neuritis
  9. Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo
  10. Certain neurological conditions

Dizziness can come from many other issues, when you’re seen in our offices, our therapist will take a detailed history and review your medical history with you. There will also be a physical examination to determine if vestibular therapy is the proper approach to your symptoms or if another physical therapy treatment path would be more efficient.

Read more: https://www.physicaltherapistsnyc.com/physical-therapy-techniques/vestibular-training/

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Tuesday: 10.00AM – 06.00PM

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Thursday: 08.00AM – 04.00PM

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Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed

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