Vestibular rehabilitation

Improve your balance and reduce problems related to dizziness with specialized physical therapy at ProHealth Care. Get vestibular rehabilitation therapy close to home in southeastern Wisconsin.

What’s vestibular rehabilitation?

Vestibular rehabilitation is a special type of physical therapy used to treat balance disorders.

Symptoms of a balance disorder

You may benefit from vestibular rehabilitation if you experience symptoms such as:

  • Dizziness
  • Difficulty reading or focusing your eyes
  • Falling or feeling like you’re going to fall
  • Lightheadness or faintness
  • Vertigo (spinning sensation)

Balance evaluation

Rely on your physical therapist (PT) to start your therapy by learning more about your condition. Your comprehensive assessment includes:

  • Review of your medical history.
  • Discussion of your symptoms and how they affect your daily life.
  • Simple tests of your visual, vestibular (balance) and sensory systems.

Personalized care plan

Partner with your PT to create a customized care plan. Depending on your needs, it may include:

  • Balance training
  • Body awareness training
  • Eye exercises
  • Posture training
  • Strengthening and stretching exercises
  • Walking exercises

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Make an appointment

Call 262-928-4636 to make an appointment with a ProHealth Care physical therapist – no referral necessary. Same-day and next-day appointments are available in some locations.

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