Vestibular Rehabilitation and Concussion Therapy
Vestibular rehabilitation therapy, also known as VRT, is a specialized form of therapy designed to alleviate those symptoms, whether you are suffering from chronic dizziness, recovering from a concussion, or you have been diagnosed with another vestibular disorder.
Common Symptoms of a Vestibular Disorder:
Dizziness that comes and goes or remains constant throughout the day.
Experiencing vertigo, light-headedness, or feeling imbalanced or unstable.
Tinnitus (hearing ringing, whooshing, buzzing); having ear pressure or pain.
Vision issues, including difficulty focusing or looking at screens.
Motion sensitivity, leading to nausea, dizziness, or light-headedness.
What Causes a Vestibular Disorder?
How Does Vestibular Rehabilitation and Concussion Therapy Work?
Once we have a better understanding of your condition, there are a wide variety of treatment options available to help reduce your symptoms, including eye exercises, balance challenges, and canalith repositioning maneuvers to reduce vertigo.