Many simple, day-to-day activities are no longer easy when you have a vestibular disorder. In Vestibular Physical Therapy, evidence based programs are designed to help the brain compensate by utilizing other systems such as your neck/body, eyes and incorporate lifestyle modifications to allow your vestibular system to strengthen and heal. A Vestibular Therapist specializes in this treatment.
Vestibular Disorders Association (VEDA) is a valuable and reliable resource for vestibular conditions. The mission of the Vestibular Disorders Association is to inform, support and advocate for the vestibular community. Visit www.vestibular.org to learn more or to donate. You can also support them on www.smile.amazon.com
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Your daily posture + how much you move + visual input = will determine how well your equilibrium is calibrated. If your equilibrium is "off" between these systems, your brain may get confused messages and cause symptoms such as vertigo, imbalance, brain fog, fatigue, headaches, neck pain and motion sensitivities.