Boost your balance and reduce dizziness with vestibular rehabilitation

A doctor examines patient with an inner ear disorder

In a lot of cases, spinning is a good thing.

The Earth, hula hoops, microwaves, washing machines, car tires, fan blades, Ferris wheels, and clock gears—all  of these go round and round and round. But, your head? If it’s spinning, that’s the last thing you want.

Living with the unsteadiness and lightheadedness caused by vertigo is makes you feel off-kilter and uneasy.

The parts of your inner ear and brain that control your balance and eye movements are called the vestibular system. When they aren’t working together properly, it causes a condition that doctors call vestibular dysfunction, which includes symptoms like severe headaches, dizziness, frequent falls, neck stiffness, and imbalance.

Read on to learn how vestibular rehabilitation helps people develop, maintain, and restore maximum movement and function.

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