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Vestibular - Find Vestibular Therapy Near You

Find Vestibular Therapy Near You 

With more than 7,000 physical therapists and 850 clinics nationwide, you’re bound to find a convenient vestibular physical therapy location close to home. We also offer online physical therapy treatment.

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Vestibular - Common Symptoms

Common Symptoms Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy Can Help Treat

Many adults, and even children, live with vestibular system dysfunction. As a result, these individuals may have difficulties performing everyday tasks and duties. Their symptoms can negatively impact their day-to-day living and their quality of life. 

Patients suffering from vestibular disorders often experience:

  • Lightheadedness or dizziness
  • Positional or persistent vertigo
  • Nausea
  • Impaired postural control
  • Motion sensitivity

How Vestibular Dysfunction Can Affect You

Common symptoms frequently lead to physical, emotional and mental consequences. The outward effects are more apparent to those close to the patient. Plus, the physical consequences and complications are commonly discussed between patients and physicians. 

More recently, patients have shared how their disorder affects them internally. Many patients often experience frustration, depression and/or anxiety alongside their physical symptoms because of how their disorder disrupts their daily lives.

Vestibular - Testimonial

"I came to ATI for my knee, but had trouble doing some of the exercises because of my dizziness when I would roll over. My therapist offered to do therapy for my positional vertigo, and I immediately felt relief! After two treatments, I felt better and haven’t experienced vertigo as often or as severely as I used to."

Bonny, Milford, DE

Vestibular - How ATI Can Help You

How Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy Can Help You

ATI vestibular physical therapists understand the importance of using vestibular pt to help patients take back control of their lives. Our dedicated team utilizes a non-invasive vestibular treatment approach involving a symptom-specific progression of customized exercises designed to help individuals with vestibular system and balance disorders.

Our therapists share a unique understanding of the skills and vestibular rehabilitation exercises necessary to treat a range of vestibular symptoms. They'll create a rehabilitation treatment plan that strives to control your symptoms, reduce functional disabilities and improve your quality of life.

Vestibular - Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT)

Vestibular Therapy Services ATI Offers

  • Canalith repositioning/Epley maneuver
  • Habituation techniques
  • Adaptation exercises
  • Gaze stabilization exercises
  • Balance training
  • Gait training
  • Transfer training
  • Fall prevention
  • Self-management techniques
  • Patient and family education

Page Sources
Agrawal Y, Carey JP, Della Santina CC, Schubert MC, Minor LB. Disorders of balance and vestibular function in US adults. Arch Intern Med. 2009;169(10): 938-944.

Neuhauser HK, Radtke A, von Brevern M, Lezius F, Feldmann M, Lempert T. Burden of dizziness and vertigo in the community. Arch. Intern. Med. 2008: 168 (19): 21 18-2124.

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