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Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is one of the most commonly occurring peripheral vestibular disorders. We can help you roll over, get out of bed and look down without creating vertigo or dizziness!
Our 1 on 1 treatments can decrease dizziness, improve balance, reduce the risk of falling and assist you in returning to your day to day lifestyle. Our Vestibular Specialist coordinates a specific program based off of your individual assessment to help you get back on track.
Feeling lightheaded, unsteady or even a drunkenness sensation? Have neck pain associated with your dizziness? The cervical spine could be a reason. How do we know? Well, we wrote the book on it!
Vestibular therapy is a kind of physical therapy that is geared specifically to inner ear disorders. First, you’ll receive a complete evaluation to determine the cause of your symptoms. After all, dizziness and vertigo can impede people in many different ways, so it’s important to determine exactly how the problem is affecting your balance and movement. We then proceed with several techniques and approaches in a complete plan of care.
With our technology and expertise, we can determine which canal(s) are causing your BPPV and implement the most appropriate manuever. If done correctly, these techniques are highly successful.
There is an art and science to formulating a plan to challenge your vestibular systems, balance and eyes without making you feel ill! This is what we do best to get you feeling the best!
We teach other professionals nationally and internationally on how to treat the neck in those who have dizziness. Let us help you with our Physio Blend to decrease pain and improve mobility.
Our body’s sense of balance and spatial orientation is something we take for granted. But when illness or injury affects the body’s balancing system, it can lead to falls, reduced mobility, blurred vision, headaches, nausea, and other physical discomforts. The vestibular system, located in the inner ear, is often to blame. An important contributor to the body’s balancing, this system has three jobs to do:
Individualized treatments include:
In many cases, patients receive instant relief from specialized head movements. These gentle adjustments are designed to dislodge crystals, when the problem is vertigo, or simply re-orient your senses, as with general dizziness. One or two sessions can often resolve the problem.
If additional treatment is needed, coordination and balance exercises will be part of your vestibular therapy. This training is devised to give you confidence in your ability to move without falling or stumbling, while also decreasing the symptoms of the vertigo or dizziness. In addition, the therapy will teach you how to maintain this ability on your own, which diminishes the risk of injury if future bouts of vertigo or dizziness occur.
Discover how PhysioFit of NC can help you get back to feeling better and living better.
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