Vestibular Rehabilitation in Queens

Vestibular rehabilitation therapy can effectively improve symptoms related to vestibular disorders. The vestibular system is part of the inner ear which aids in controlling spatial awareness and balance. People who have vestibular disorders can experience problems with imbalance, vertigo, and dizziness. These side-effects affect patients who are dealing with balance-related disorders. The symptoms you experience because of vestibular conditions can negatively impact your daily life. If you are looking for vestibular rehabilitation in Queens, Advance Physical Therapy can help! 

What Is Vestibular Rehabilitation in Queens? 

Vestibular conditions are problems that tend to affect people with balance disorders more often. Some symptoms of a balance disorder can include:

  • Dizziness
  • Trouble balancing when walking
  • Falling sensations
  • Blurring of vision
  • Lightheadedness

Vestibular rehabilitation is a form of therapy that is meant to alleviate problems caused by vestibular conditions. This program is designed to reduce dizziness, vertigo, and imbalance through exercises. Your body is not able to completely restore the vestibular organs, but you can start to feel better and improve your vestibular function through compensation. Vestibular rehabilitation in Queens customizes their exercises to target each individual’s problems. The three methods of exercise that can be used are:

  • Habituation – these exercises treat dizziness that is caused by motion. If you experience dizziness when you make quick head movements or feel dizziness in visually stimulating environments or when watching something on T.V., this exercise might be suitable for you. 
  • Gaze Stabilization – these exercises improve eye movements for those that experience blurred vision. One type of exercise involves the patient fixating their eyes on an object while moving their heads side to side or up and down. Another type of gaze stability uses vision and body sense as substitutes for the vestibular system. These exercises can also be helpful with little to no vestibular function. 
  • Balance Training – these exercises address balance problems and are used to improve steadiness. Balance training should be designed around an individual patient.

Your vestibular rehabilitation therapist will curate a plan that best fits your needs and improve your quality of life. 

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Vestibular rehabilitation in Queens may be right for you to improve your vestibular function. Our team at Advance Physical Therapy strives to provide you with custom, high-quality care to help you get back on your feet! Contact us today. 

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