If you suffer from persistent dizziness, imbalance, vertigo, and/or vision difficulties, you may have a vestibular balance condition. These issues can stem from the brain and inner ear areas and can significantly affect the lives of sufferers by reducing activity and concentration levels, increasing fatigue and nausea, and impairing emotional well-being through depression and anxiety. Through a customized exercise-centered rehabilitation program, those with balance issues can diminish dizziness, vertigo, instability, and/or imbalance occurrences and improve vestibular function and compensation. Habituation exercises include exposure to situations involving self-motion and image stimulation that tend to prompt spontaneous dizziness among patients who encounter symptoms when moving their heads, change positions, watching TV and walking through large, highly visual areas. Other exercises, known as gaze stabilization, require patients to focus their attention on something while repeatedly moving their heads and to use their senses to better coordinate eye sight and body movement in order to eliminate movement of line-of-sight items when reading or walking. During balance training exercises involving multiple tasks, coordinated motion, and other stability tests, patients can learn to re-establish balance in everyday activities. With other types of exercises available to fit the specific needs of patients, our vestibular balance rehabilitation services can help you restore comfort and confidence to important aspects of your life. For more details, contact us today.