Vestibular Rehabilitation Specialist
Did you know that your vestibular system helps you to have eye-balance coordination?
If you are active, desire to be more mobile and FREE of tension and discomfort, you should learn more about the vestibular system.
This is an under-appreciated system that many seek help only when they are suffering and limited by dizziness and vertigo, but research is highlighting the importance of seeing a vestibular rehabilitation for ligament and tendon tears to your ACL, ankle or Achilles tendon, lower back and neck pain.
Could you benefit?
Yes, yes, and yes. The least is to get a quick assessment. Many people do not need to have dizziness or vertigo to benefit from seeing a Sports Medicine Physical Therapist that specialize in the inner ear and visual system.
The true reason that many do not know about having a vestibular dysfunction is because your inner ear adapts within ONE to TWO WEEKS of injury.
It learns to compensate, but at a cost of making you slower, weaker and stiffer.
IS THIS YOU?
History of Concussion, fall(s), or been in a car accident.
History of dizziness and vertigo in the past that resolved or current vertigo.
You have chronic tightness that feels muscular.
Played contact or extreme sports.
HERE ARE ARTICLES WRITTEN BY A VESTIBULAR REHAB EXPERT FOR YOU.
Your inner ear connects and impacts your whole body, especially these big 3!
It is not normal and to be told that you are clumsy, not coordinated, stumble and trip easily, feel dizzy when moving, feel like you have to always stretch daily, or complain about motion sickness.
Neck and jaw
Conditions We Specialize.
Treatment & Screening for
Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)
Anterior Vestibular Ischemia Artery
Superior Canal Dehiscence