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Vestibular Therapy at Amari Physiotherapy & Massage in Surrey

Are you dizzy? Suffer from vertigo? Or have another balance disorder? Vestibular therapy at Amari Physiotherapy & Massage in Surrey might be life-changing for you!

Inner ear problems can cause vestibular problems. These issues can make it difficult for your body to keep balanced. Over time, many patients find that the fear of a vestibular attack makes it, so they stay closer and closer to home, missing out on life.

Many people find symptoms are brought on when they engage in exercise, so they stop being so active. Which, of course, creates even more problems!

What is Vestibular Therapy at Amari Physiotherapy & Massage in Surrey?

Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT) uses a scientifically designed exercise program to retrain your central nervous system for inner ear deficits. Your physiotherapist works with you to retrain your brain so you can better coordinate information from your inner ear balance organs, your eyes, and your proprioceptive system.

VRT is successful in treating vestibular problems like:

  • Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)
  • Meniere’s diseases
  • Labyrinthitis
  • Vestibular neuritis
  • Reduced inner ear function

Like other physiotherapy recovery plans at Amari Physiotherapy & Massage in Surrey, the entire process begins with a thorough assessment of your condition. Your physiotherapist completes a comprehensive exam and then develops a customized treatment program designed specifically for your unique issues and your lifestyle.

A VRT recovery plan targets primary and secondary vestibular problems. Your physiotherapist will help you get back to being able to trust your sense of balance enough to live your life again!

Contact Us at Amari Physiotherapy & Massage in Surrey

Don’t suffer any longer! Contact us at Amari Physiotherapy & Massage in Surrey to help you take back your life from your vestibular issues. Our physiotherapist will complete a thorough assessment and let you know if Vestibular Therapy will help as part of your treatment plan. Call now! We’re here to help.

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