TRP’s vestibular rehabilitation program provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment for clients living with dizziness and balance disorders
There are many different causes of balance disorders, such as vestibular neuritis, migraines, traumatic brain injury, or concussion, other central nervous system disorders, or benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV).
Common symptoms of vestibular disorders include:
Vertigo and dizziness
Nausea and vomiting
Sensitivity to movement or positional changes
Imbalance or spatial disorientation
Visual blurring, discomfort, or sensitivity
Ear pain or fullness
The Recovery Project has experienced therapists on staff with advanced training and certification in treating clients with vestibular disorders. Our therapists use evidence-based treatment interventions that are effective in alleviating and abolishing symptoms related to vestibular dysfunction, including:
Positional maneuvers for BPPV
VOR retraining for vestibular hypofunctioning
Brock string exercises for convergence insufficiency
Habituation training for motion sensitivity
Once therapy is complete, TRP can offer wellness programs designed to maintain and reach your goals long after you're discharged.