Vestibular Rehabilitation

TRP’s vestibular rehabilitation program provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment for clients living with dizziness and balance disorders

What is your vestibular system?

The vestibular system is part of the inner ear and works with your eyes and the rest of your body to keep you upright and feeling balanced. This system tells your brain where your head and body are in space. When impaired, you may experience significant dizziness and/or balance problems. A lot of people have an impaired vestibular system and don’t even know it!

To find out if you may be a good candidate for vestibular rehab, fill out the Dizziness Handicap Inventory (DHI). This outcome measure can determine how much your dizziness is affecting your life. Typically, a score of 31-60 (moderate) or 61-100 (severe) warrants following up with your doctor or a vestibular therapist. 

You can download an electronic DHI at the link below

Conditions we treat:

Common symptoms associated with vestibular disorders include:

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:

Once therapy is complete, TRP can offer wellness programs designed to maintain and reach your goals long after you're discharged.