What Is Vestibular Rehabilitation?
Vestibular rehabilitation is an exercise focused approach to the treatment of central and peripheral vestibular deficits. Vestibular physiotherapy uses specific exercises targeted at improving certain areas and functions such as visual-motor control, balance, general activity levels as well as reducing dizziness.
What do We Offer?
Vestibular rehabilitation will be specific to the individual’s needs determined after a thorough assessment. It is based on specific manoeuvres and repetitive physical exercises that aim to activate the mechanisms of neural plasticity of the central nervous system, seeking vestibular compensation, so that the individual can carry out the day-to-day activities more perfectly possible, which he was used to doing before the dizziness.
How Can Vestibular Rehabilitation Help You?
Vestibular rehabilitation facilitates adaptation to replace or change vestibular function, improves gait stability (including kinetic control in response to poorly anticipated disturbances), improves symptoms triggered by movement, corrects exaggerated dependencies (inappropriate sensory selection) of the visual system and somatosensory, facilitates the normal return of activities of daily living and improves or restores the neuromuscular condition.