Vestibular dysfunction

Vestibular dysfunction - Vertigo and Dizziness

Our clinicians understand vestibular dysfunction and dizziness and can assist you to improve quality of life and get you back confidently on your feet.

Our neurological physiotherapists understand your vestibular dysfunction

Due to the many integrated systems that help us achieve balance and equilibrium every day, when something goes wrong sudden and sometimes severe dizziness, or vertigo, can appear. The vestibular system, located in the inner ear, plays a critical role in maintaining our sense of balance and can sometimes be disturbed by disease, injury or impact, resulting in dizziness.

We understand that dizziness impacts on quality of life and it’s important to get you on the road to recovery as soon as possible. Vestibular disfunction can result in the following symptoms:

  • Dizziness and balance problems
  • Vertigo
  • Light-headedness or a sense of floating
  • Blurred vision
  • Nausea and vomiting

At MyTurn Rehabilitation, we take the time to understand the nature and history of your condition. Our trained physiotherapists will complete a thorough evaluation to determine the cause of your problem and from there, a targeted treatment plan is developed to manage your dizziness. This may include canalith repositioning techniques, visual tracking exercises, habituation exercises, balance and gait retraining.

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