Balance Therapy

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What Is Balance Therapy?

Balance therapy, also called Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT) is our specialty at House of Balance. We use an integrative approach that incorporates all 3 balance systems (vestibular, somatosensory, and vision) along with other lifestyle interventions to optimize your balance regardless of diagnosis. It is common for someone who is struggling with balance or dizziness issues to have multiple factors leading to their symptoms and may be struggling with multiple symptoms. This is why we customize all programs for the individual’s needs.

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What Are The Benefits Of Balance Therapy?

Better balance equals better quality of life. Whether it's fear of doing activities, or experiencing vertigo or dizziness throughout your day, we can help improve your confidence and mobility and decrease your symptoms.

 

There are 4 major ways you can improve with vestibular rehabilitation:

  1. Habituation: The goal of habituation exercises is to reduce the dizziness through repeated exposure to specific movements or visual stimuli that provokes your dizziness.

  2. Gaze stabilization: These exercises improve eye control and how they work with your brain and inner ear.

  3. Balance therapy: practicing balance exercises improves your balance and confidence in mobility

  4. Compensation: Sometimes, substituting alternative movements can improve your quality of life while helping you maintain your independence

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Balance Therapy Treats These Types Of Conditions

Some conditions we treat include dizziness, vertigo, migraines, motion sickness, frequent falls, BPPV, PPPV, generalized balance issues, coordination issues, feeling “not quite right,” neurodegenerative diseases (i.e., Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s), a diagnosis of the vestibular system (i.e., Meniere’s disease, labyrinthitis), Traumatic brain injury and concussion recovery.