Vestibular Rehabilitation for Benign Paroxysmal Positional

Are you experiencing problems with your balance and dizziness? Are you having trouble with driving or walking confidently? Do you feel dizzy with certain head movements? Do you feel as if the inside of your head is suddenly spinning, but stops after a short time?

If this describes the way you are feeling, you may be suffering from a type of disorder called Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo. BPPV is a problem for many people that can be improved with the help of Admiral Physical Therapy.

Instead of living in discomfort and not being able to move in certain ways or participate in important activities without triggering vertigo, you may be able to find your remedy with our help at Admiral Physical Therapy in Brownsville, Texas.

Our trained physical therapists Michael Hoskins, PT, DPT, and Adan Narvaez, PT, DPT, CSOMT can assess your condition and determine if you are in need of vestibular rehabilitation. It may be the right treatment for you to effectively manage and possibly resolve your vertigo symptoms.

If you are suffering from BPPV we can develop a treatment plan that is right for you.

Here is what you need to know:

Vestibular Imbalance describes a vestibule, or inner ear –sensory system, which has to do with balance and spatial orientation. The inner ear – sensory system coordinates movement with balance. Tiny calcium stones in the ear that help with balance become loose and move, causing the imbalance. With proper physical therapy, these stones can be guided back to their proper location in the inner ear resulting in relief from BPPV.

Do you want to say goodbye to dizziness and have your balance? We can help you reduce or eliminate your dizziness, regain your balance, and walk move with confidence. Call to book your appointment today.

We provide state-of-the-art physical therapy with that human touch.

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