Luckily, Physiotherapists can treat Vestibular Dysfunction and provide you with steps to improve your balance and Vestibular Function long-term.
In fact, our director Zoltan Marosszeky is renowned throughout the local area for his expertise in Vestibular Rehabilitation. Patients travel from as far as Tamworth to see him.
The Vestibular System, which is part of your inner ear, sends information to your brain that impacts your eye movements, balance system, and sense of spatial orientation.
Our vision, hearing, and brain activity are all closely connected through the Vestibular Nervous System, so if one of these areas is injured or infected, you may experience further symptoms throughout your body.
Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) is a common Vestibular Disorder, characterised by brief periods of vertigo, nausea, and, in extreme case, vomiting. These symptoms generally occur when you put your head in foreign positions like bending forward or looking upwards.
You may have a Vestibular Disorder if you have some of these symptoms:
Your Physiotherapist can help you avoid experiencing Vestibular issues by providing you with a home exercise program that improves and gradually restores balance, allowing you to return to your usual way of life.
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