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In our clinic, we use VisualEyes Infrared Video Frenzel Goggles to assess nystagmus to determine if a patient has a peripheral and/or central vestibular system dysfunction.
10564 5th Ave NE
Suite 405
Seattle, WA 98125
477 NE Greenwood Ave
Suite B
Bend, OR 97702

Physical Therapy from the comfort and convenience of your home.

What can we do for you?

Vestibular Therapy Specialists are physical therapists that specialize in managing vertigo and balance disorders. We offer in-clinic and teletherapy services to evaluate and manage vestibular (inner ear) conditions.

5 Star Reviews

Helped me be patient and stay positive

Dr. Kaela Pauly is knowledgeable and kind. She has helped me a great deal not only with vertigo but also with chronic headache pain. I appreciate her willingness to see the whole patient and to offer practical suggestions. She listens, and she answers questions. I would readily recommend her clinic to anyone struggling with vertigo, dizziness, etc. She has helped me be patient and stay positive and see how my health has improved over time.

Amanda L.

We understand it's not just "in your head"

A Vestibular Disorder is an invisible condition. This makes it hard explain to others what is going on because you appear "normal" but symptoms can be life altering.
We understand that when you have an inner ear disorder getting to appointments can be a challenge and not knowing  which providers understand how to help your condition can add stress. 

We treat several types of
vestibular disorders. Acute or chronic, if you have a diagnosis or not, we can help. 


Who can be helped with Vestibular Physical Therapy?

People who are successfully helped with Vestibular Therapy may have one of these common diagnoses:

•  Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) or positional vertigo

•  Vestibular Migraine/Migraine Associated Dizziness

•  Meniere’s Disease

•  Cervicogenic Dizziness (dizziness from the neck)

•  Unilateral/Bilateral Vestibular Hypofunction, including recovery

with Vestibular Neuritis & Ototoxicity

•  Post-concussion syndrome

•  Persistent Postural Perceptual Dizziness (3PD)

•  Superior Canal Dehiscence (SSCD)

•  Mal de Debarquement (MdDS)

•  Vestibular Schwannoma/Acoustic Neuroma/Cholesteatoma (pre & post surgical) 

•  Imbalance​

If you do not know if you have these conditions, our providers can evaluate you and help you better understand your condition. If other medical intervention is necessary, we'll help find resources for you.​

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