VESTIBULAR THERAPY SPECIALISTS 

We offer in clinic, teletherapy & concierge treatment options for vertigo & imbalance conditions.

What can we do for you?

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

WHAT DO WE TREAT?

- Benign Positional Paroxysmal Vertigo (BPPV)

Vestibular Migraines

- Persistent Postural Perceptual Dizziness (3PD)

- Cervicogenic Dizziness (dizziness from the neck)

- Meniere's Disease 

- Mal De Debarquement (MdDS)

- Pre and post operative Vestibular Schwannoma  & Acoustic Neuroma removal procedures  

- Superior Canal Dehiscence (SSCD)

- Post-concussive syndrome 

- Post-COVID syndrome

- Unilateral/Bilateral Vestibular Hypofunction including recovery with Vestibular NeuritisOtotoxicity 

- General imbalance and deconditioning

- Anxiety from vertigo and balance conditions

We understand it is 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 disordersAcute or chronic, if you have a diagnosis or not, we can help. 

 

 

VESTIBULAR

System

Your Vestibular System is your Balance System that is located in your inner ear. It is the size of a dime.

 

The Vestibular System controls information about motion, balance, spatial orientation and equilibrium. 

 

If anything happens to this system, it can cause life altering symptoms.

 

Dizziness

There are many ways to describe dizziness. If you feel any of these symptoms, contact us, we can help:

Vertigo

Disequilibrium

Imbalance

Rocking/Swaying

Motion Senstivities

Disconnected/Heavy headedness

Foggy headedness

Difficulty concentrating

Headaches

Unsteadiness/Imbalance

Neck pain or tightness

We CARE

We want you to feel comfortable to determine if Vestibular Physical Therapy is appropriate for you or a loved one.

 

To inquire more details or ask questions at no charge, please fill out the contact form below or call us 206.928.6001 

 

CONTACT US

Please fill out this form or contact us:

info@vestibularspecialists.com

Phone: 206.928.6001

Fax: 855.564.1831

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