Posted by Dynamic Physiotherapy
When something’s amiss with the workings of your inner ear or vestibular system, which helps to regulate and control your balance, you will probably experience dizziness much of the time, along with vertigo or a fear of heights. This chronic imbalance can happen at any age.
What causes it?
Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) – an inner ear ailment – is the most common type of vestibular disorder.
Medication side effects, alcohol consumption, anxiety and some medical conditions, like heart problems, stroke, concussion and cerebellar degeneration, may also contribute to vestibular disorder.
Vestibular rehabilitation therapy can help problems like:
Finding a good vestibular rehabilitation physical therapist should be first on the agenda. An experienced physiotherapist, such as those at Dynamic Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic, will work with you to help formulate a game plan to help with vestibular disorder. Here are some things your physiotherapist may suggest:
The experienced physiotherapist team at Dynamic Physiotherapy will first make an assessment of your particular situation. Based on their findings they will fashion a set of exercises that will best help you at their office and at home. Doing your exercises at home will help you reach your goals more quickly.
A holistic approach to improve your health can be found at Dynamic Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic. Their physical therapists go above and beyond what you’d expect. Their caring staff will work with you to help allay your symptoms. Talk to one of the experts on our team today to see how they can help!