Balance affects how you stand, walk, run and jump. If you are living with a medical condition, such as a vestibular (inner ear) problem that makes maintaining your balance difficult, our specialty trained and certified rehabilitation therapists can help you.
If you have certain medical conditions, especially problems related to the function and structure of your inner ear, you may find it difficult to maintain your balance. In many cases, people living with these issues get light headed or experience dizziness and nausea or vertigo that interrupts ne everyday activities.
At LVHN, our specialists use sophisticated technologies to diagnose and manage balance and inner ear issues. Through our balance and vestibular rehabilitation program, you will learn techniques to improve your balance and reduce dizziness related problems.
Your balance and vestibular rehabilitation team
Balance and vestibular therapy is a team effort. Your treatment sessions may include experts from multiple specialties, including:
Together, they work to find the best solutions for you.
Using the latest technologies, like the NeuroCom® System, our rehabilitation specialists gather precise information about your ability to balance properly. This information helps your team accurately diagnose your problem. Then, they can plan effective vestibular therapy to address your specific needs.
The balance and vestibular rehabilitation care you need, close to home
We offer balance and vestibular rehabilitation in many of our more than 40 outpatient rehabilitation locations, giving you greater access to the care you need.
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If you have trouble balancing, you may have questions about what to expect from rehabilitation.Contact us