If you are experiencing dizziness, it can be overwhelming, frustrating and debilitating at times.  Many people end up seeing multiple physicians and scheduling tests upon tests, which many times come out negative or inconclusive.  There are Physical Therapy clinics who specialize in treating balance and dizziness disorders and have certified Vestibular Physical Therapists on staff.  Some of these clinics feature advanced testing for balance, inner ear and neurological dysfunction and may include an Audiologist who is an integral part of their team.  Besides making a visit to your family doctor or ENT, Vestibular Rehabilitation is great avenue to start receiving help and in the long run can be cost efficient. Who wants to pay for multiple tests that aren’t specific to your problem?  When looking for a physical therapist who claims to treat vertigo or other balance conditions, ask them what, and how much, vestibular training they’ve received.  Also inquire about sophisticated testing and treatment equipment such as; Computerized Dynamic Posturography (CDP) with Virtual Reality, Videonystagmography (VNG), Video Head Impulse Test (vHIT), an Overhead Safety Harness System, TRAZER, and possibly even a Terrain Room to treat you in a real life environments.  By using their skill and education, and the above mentioned equipment, a properly trained Vestibular physical therapist is able to provide relief for Vertigo sufferers and improve Balance.
 
There are clinics who advertise vestibular rehab, but may not have these cutting edge tests and treatments or have properly trained Physical Therapists.  You want to receive the most successful help to identify the problem and have targeted physical therapy to correct it.  All of the testing & treatment options in this blog can be your best chance for recovery.  If you are too sick or dizzy, do yourself a favor and have a friend do a little research on Google or other search engines to check out your local Physical Therapy clinics or ask your Physician or other healthcare providers involved with your care for a referral. You can also check out the Vestibular Disorders Association’s website at www.vestibular.org for more resources.
 
According to research, the brain and inner ear work best for compensation or recovery in the first few months after a vestibular deficit occurs, so don’t wait get the help you need!
 
If you’re interested in more in-depth information regarding the vestibular tests and treatments in this blog, check out www.fyzicalomaha.com.  Helping people to Love Their Life again!

Why choose Physical Therapy to help Vertigo and Balance conditions?

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“Came in after a bad car accident. Couldn’t put my socks on, my back hurt so bad. After 2 months of seeing Heidi & Scott I’ve regained all my mobility & have finally got back into the gym. Night and day difference from when I started."

— Gregory E.

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“I am a 15 year old football, basketball, and track player at the Millard West who hurt my knee and over the last couple months therapy here has gone super will and the people here are super nice!"

— Joe B.

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“When I first went to therapy my foot hurt so bad I could barely walk on it. This limited the things I could so and made my job at work difficult to do. After six weeks of therapy I am able to walk with little to no pain. Thank to Everyone at Fyzical."

— James M.

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“Since starting therapy I am sleeping better, less headaches and an overwhelming feeling of energy again. I was going through a depression due to headaches and neck pain. When I first started my therapy at Fyzical, with Amy’s help I finally understand what was the cause of the headaches. The entire staff were so helpful and patient with me. I would recommend Fyzical to my friends needing physical therapy."

— Judy K

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“I highly recommend Krysta @ FYZICAL. After my surgery I thought I would go to PT a couple times & figure out what I could do at home to get back to normal. I was wrong. Krysta helped me to get my range of motion back and helped my big scar disappear. It was easy to schedule appointments. "

— Amy J.

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“I had quite a bit of pain in the beginning had trouble with pretty much everything I did. Sleeping, sitting, and exercising. I found Fyzical, these people made me feel almost like new again. Thank you so much to Andra, she saved me. Amazing Place!"

— Deborah W

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“When I came to Fyzical I had a lot of pain on my back. They work on my back and got me on the right track to get me healthy again. I recommend this place to anyone who has an issue that needs physical therapy. Thank again!"

— Alemenesh M.

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“I had a great care and a great outcome at Fyzical. The staff was kind and knowledgeable. They worked with my very busy schedule and I discharged from their care feeling great!"

— Tracy L.

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“When I first came in I was so Dizzy I wasn’t able to walk straight and was so bad I was also having trouble sleeping. After the first treatment I was better. The staff has been wonderful and has been very concerned with my wellbeing. I’m a true success story!
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— Mona R.

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