Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy
Focused Rehabilitation for Dizziness, Vertigo, or Balance Problems
The highly skilled therapists at Paula Dillon Mays Therapy Clinics can assist you in bringing balance back into your life. There are a number of symptoms that can be associated with a balance disorder, but our vestibular rehabilitation therapy can help. We will work with you one-on-one to explain your disorder and develop a therapy plan that works best for you.
Almost everyone has felt dizzy, lightheaded, or unsteady at one time or another. Unlike dizziness, vertigo has a rotational component in which a person perceives a false movement or spinning in either themselves or their surroundings.
The vestibular system includes the parts of the inner ear and brain that process sensory input involved with controlling balance and eye movement. Frequent bouts of dizziness or vertigo, especially when associated with changes in head position, can indicate a vestibular disorder. Symptoms can last from a few seconds to a few minutes, and in some cases, even longer.
Vestibular rehabilitation therapy is a noninvasive treatment approach that can be a possible alternative to or used in conjunction with medication or surgery. Vestibular rehabilitation therapy is a specialized exercise-based approach designed to help resolve inner ear deficits. The goal is to retrain your vestibular system to better coordinate with your central nervous system.
Get Help for Your Balance Problems Today
You don’t have to live with dizziness. Treating balance disorders is one of our specialties at Paula Dillon Mays Therapy Clinics in Spokane, Washington. Do not hesitate to call our friendly staff at (509) 624-4200 with questions, concerns, and to make an appointment for vestibular rehabilitation therapy at any of our 4 Spokane locations. If you prefer, you can request an appointment online and one of our staff will contact you.