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Vestibular Rehabilitation

Vestibular Rehabilitation: Regaining Balance and Confidence

Welcome to Body In Balance Rehabilitation, where we are committed to providing you with a comprehensive range of rehabilitation services. One vital aspect of our care is Vestibular Rehabilitation, a specialized form of physical therapy that targets issues related to balance, dizziness, and spatial orientation. In this section, we will explore what Vestibular Rehabilitation is, the conditions it addresses, and how it can help you regain your equilibrium and quality of life.

What is Vestibular Rehabilitation? 

Vestibular Rehabilitation is a specialized branch of physical therapy designed to address problems related to the vestibular system, which controls your sense of balance. This therapy is a non-invasive and evidence-based approach that focuses on reducing dizziness, improving balance, and enhancing overall quality of life.

Conditions Treated

Vestibular Rehabilitation is particularly effective in treating various conditions, including:

  1. Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV): A common inner ear problem that causes brief episodes of intense dizziness when you change the position of your head.
  2. Vestibular Neuritis and Labyrinthitis: Infections or inflammation of the inner ear that can lead to severe dizziness and loss of balance.
  3. Meniere's Disease: A chronic condition affecting the inner ear, characterized by vertigo, hearing loss, and ringing in the ears (tinnitus).
  4. Concussion-Related Vestibular Dysfunction: After head injuries or concussions, some individuals experience vestibular system impairments.
  5. General Balance and Dizziness Issues: Vestibular Rehabilitation can be beneficial for individuals who experience chronic dizziness, unsteadiness, or balance problems.

The Vestibular Rehabilitation Process

Your journey to improved balance and reduced dizziness begins with a thorough assessment by our skilled therapists. After identifying the root causes of your vestibular issues, a personalized treatment plan is created to address your specific needs.

Common techniques utilized in Vestibular Rehabilitation include:

  • Gaze Stabilization Exercises: These exercises help improve your ability to focus your vision on a specific target while your head is in motion.
  • Balance Training: Exercises designed to enhance your overall stability and reduce the risk of falls.
  • Canalith Repositioning Maneuvers: Effective for BPPV, these maneuvers aim to reposition misplaced calcium crystals in the inner ear.
  • Habituation Exercises: Gradual exposure to movements or positions that trigger dizziness to help your brain adapt and reduce symptoms.
  • Customized Home Exercise Programs: You will be provided with exercises to continue your rehabilitation independently.

Benefits of Vestibular Rehabilitation

By working with our skilled therapists and adhering to your customized treatment plan, you can experience several advantages, including:

  • Reduced Dizziness: Many patients report a significant decrease in the frequency and severity of dizziness and vertigo.
  • Improved Balance: Enhanced stability and confidence in daily activities, reducing the risk of falls.
  • Enhanced Quality of Life: A return to regular activities and a greater sense of independence.
  • Symptom Management: Improved management of nausea, headaches, and motion sensitivity.
  • Personalized Care: Tailored treatment plans to address your unique needs.


At Body In Balance Rehabilitation, we understand the impact that balance and dizziness issues can have on your daily life. Our Vestibular Rehabilitation program is dedicated to helping you regain your equilibrium, reduce dizziness, and enhance your overall quality of life. If you or a loved one are struggling with vestibular issues, don't hesitate to reach out to us. Together, we'll work towards a future with improved balance and confidence.

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