Concorde Therapy Group offers treatment for various causes of dizziness and balance deficits that can help reduce a person’s risk of falls or traumatic injury. Our vestibular system, along with our brain, vision, muscles, and joints, helps us maintain balance. If one of these systems is malfunctioning, we may experience the sensations of motion intolerance, dizziness, or disequilibrium.
Changes in the inner ear may occur for multiple reasons. These include illness, trauma, infections, or the natural aging process. The first step is to identify the source of these symptoms. Illuminated Frenzel Lenses are utilized to magnify the eye and block fixation to enhance evaluation accuracy. A balance, strength, or neck assessment may also be performed.
There are four primary types of therapy. More than one type may be indicated for the best possible outcome.
Dizziness does not have to be a part of everyday life. Concorde’s Vestibular Program can help patients return to a safe and active lifestyle sooner with therapeutic maneuvers, adaptation techniques, balance exercises, and skilled hands on care. Clinical services for patients with vestibular disorders are available in Belden Village, North Canton, and Hartville.