Vertigo Free Life

Diagnostics | Rehabilitation


Vertigo Rehab: Restoring
Your Balanced Life


A person with vertigo experiences a sense of spinning dizziness. Vertigo is a symptom of a wide range of conditions, it can happen to people who have problems with the inner ear, brain, or sensory nerve pathway. Dizziness, including vertigo, is quite common in people aged 65 years or over but it can happen at any age

When everything feels like spinning around, it’s really difficult to focus on the mere activities of your life. Our Vertigo Assessment and Rehab facility can assist you to restore the balance.







Vertigo Symptoms


  • Spinning
  • Tilting
  • Swaying
  • Unbalanced
  • Pulled in one direction
  • Feeling nauseated
  • Vomiting
  • Abnormal or jerking eye movements – Nystagmus
  • Headache
  • Sweating
  • Ringing in the ears or hearing loss


Vertigo Lab: Vestibular and
Balance Assessments



  • vHIT
  • VEMP
  • VNG
  • CCG
  • DVA
  • Caloric Testing
vHIT

The vHIT is an instrumented-based technique used to diagnose reduction in vestibular function in one ear vs. the other.

VEMP

VEMP is an emerging diagnostic tool for identifying vestibular lesions.

VNG

VNG test is used to determine if a vestibular disease may be causing dizziness problem.

CCG

It is a neuro-otological investigation to evaluate the vestibulospinal reflex, which is responsible for the maintenance of balance during gait testing.

DVA

It is a computerized VOR assessment method to evaluate the peripheral vestibular system during head movements

Caloric Testing

It is a clinical tool that can assess and quantify the functional status of the individual vestibular systems.







Vestibular Rehab Exercises


Types of exercises in a vestibular rehabilitation program

  • Neck mobility/stretching exercises
  • General fitness exercises
  • Vision stability training
  • Posture training
  • Balance retraining
  • Walking exercises
  • Ergonomic training


Common Conditions Associated


  • BPPV
  • Peripheral Vestibulopathy
  • Central Vestibulopathy
  • Meniere’s Disease
  • Vestibular Migrane
  • Meniere’s Migrane Spectrum
  • Vestibular Spinal Dysfunction






Vestibular Repositioning Maneuvers


Epley: This maneuver is designed to put the head at an angle from where gravity can help relieve symptoms.

Half-Somersault or Foster: This maneuver require a bit more strength and flexibility to perform and can be tolerated easily.

Semont: It is often performed by physical therapists, which involves moving the patient rapidly from lying on one side to lying on the other.

Brandt-Daroff Exercise: This maneuver is similar to Semont and performed under the guidance of industry-experts.



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