Vestibular Testing, Exercises & Therapies

Vestibular Rehabilitation

Our vestibular rehabilitation program helps individuals
that are suffering with symptoms related to vertigo, dizziness, blurry vision, eye fatigue and more.

Vestibular System, Diagnosis, and Treatment

Our vestibular system is responsible for delivering information to our brain about motion, head positioning and spatial orientation.

Individuals that are suffering from a vestibular disorder will often experience symptoms related to vertigo, dizziness, migraines, blurry vision, double vision, reading difficulties, etc.

This is not a problem with vision, but the areas of the brain that control the stability and integration of the vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR).

The VOR is responsible for stabilizing our gaze during head movements. 

Vestibular patient performing task during VNG testing.

Vestibular Rehabilitation and Treatment

There are numerous types and causes of vestibular based problems; if left untreated, many vestibular patients can suffer devastating and debilitating consequences.

The basis of a vestibular rehab program is to use the already existing neural pathways for adaptation, plasticity, and compensation in the human brain.

A comprehensive Videonystagmography (VNG) is performed to determine the specific nature of the vestibular dysfunction. These results are used to develop an individualized treatment plan.

Vestibular Conditions We See

We rehabilitate a wide range of conditions that can result in vertigo,
dizziness and imbalance—including, but not limited to:
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Patient with PCS receiving vagus nerve stimulation with a moving optokinetic background and balance training.