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Vestibular Rehabilitation

Vestibular rehabilitation is a specialized form of physical therapy that focuses on the treatment and management of disorders related to the vestibular system, which is responsible for maintaining balance and spatial orientation. The vestibular system includes the inner ear and its connections to the brain.

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What to Expect

During vestibular rehabilitation, a physical therapist with expertise in this area will assess and address issues such as dizziness, vertigo, imbalance, and problems with coordination and spatial awareness. The goal is to improve these symptoms and enhance overall balance and function.

The therapy sessions may involve a combination of exercises and techniques that are specifically designed to target the vestibular system. These exercises can help to strengthen the vestibular system, improve its coordination with other sensory systems (such as vision and proprioception), and enhance the brain’s ability to process and adapt to sensory information.

Navigating life with steadiness

Vestibular rehabilitation is a personalized treatment approach tailored to each individual’s needs and goals. The duration and frequency of therapy sessions will depend on the severity of symptoms and the progress made during treatment.

By addressing vestibular-related issues, vestibular rehabilitation can help individuals regain their balance, reduce dizziness and vertigo, improve coordination, and enhance overall quality of life. It is important to consult with a healthcare professional, such as a physical therapist or an otolaryngologist, to determine if vestibular rehabilitation is appropriate for your specific condition.

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Gaze Stabilization Exercises

These exercises focus on improving visual stability and reducing symptoms of dizziness or vertigo that occur with head movements. They typically involve following a moving target while keeping the head still or moving the head while maintaining gaze on a stationary target.

Balance Training

This involves exercises that challenge and improve a person’s balance, coordination, and postural control. It may include standing on uneven surfaces, performing single-leg stance exercises, or practicing dynamic movements that require balance.

Canalith Repositioning Maneuvers

These maneuvers are used to treat benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), a common vestibular disorder. They involve specific head and body movements to reposition displaced calcium crystals within the inner ear, relieving symptoms of dizziness and vertigo.

Adaptation Exercises

These exercises aim to improve the brain’s ability to adapt to conflicting or abnormal sensory input. They may involve activities that challenge the visual and vestibular systems simultaneously, such as walking while reading or focusing on a moving object.

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