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Vestibular Rehabilitation

Improve function and manage your symptoms

Do you experience vertigo, nausea/vomiting, intolerance to head motion, motion sickness, unsteady gait, or postural instability? Physiotherapy can help address the cause and manage the symptoms of vestibular disorders.

Approach

1. Perform a comprehensive clinical examination to identify problems related to the vestibular disorder.

2. Depending on the vestibular-related problem(s) identified. We use one or a combination of individualized exercises to address the specific problem(s):

  • Habituation

  • Gaze Stabilization

  • Balance Training

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Signs & Symptoms

  • Dizziness*

  • Imbalance

  • Vertigo**

  • Brain Fog

  • Tinnitus

  • Hearing Loss

  • Depersonalization

  • Vision Impairment

  • Nausea

  • Cognitive Changes

  • Psychological Changes

  • Motion Sickness

  • Derealization

*a broad term that encompasses the overall sensation of feeling imbalance.

**the perception or feeling that one's surroundings are in motion or spinning

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Rehabilitation

Primarily, an exercise-based program will be designed to reduce vertigo and dizziness, reduce gaze instability, and/or reduce imbalance and fall risk, as well as address any secondary impairment that are a consequence of the vestibular disorder.

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Vestibular rehabilitation at Pursuit of Motion is guided by evidence-based practices and a patient centered approach, with the ultimate goal of supporting you so you can go back to your pursuits.

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