Balance & Vestibular Rehabilitation in Aberdeen
Restore Your Balance with Profysio Physical Therapy – (732) 333-6360
Do you experience chronic dizziness or have difficulty maintaining proper
balance when walking or running? Has your ability to process spatial information
been hindered by an injury? If so, balance and vestibular rehabilitation
therapy may be the solution you need to help alleviate your symptoms.
Chronic dizziness and imbalance issues, whether they are the result of
an injury or age, can sometimes be a symptom of a much greater medical
problem. If you are experiencing any sort of balance-related medical issue,
it is important you see a doctor as soon as possible and explore physical
therapy as a possible treatment option.
Vestibular rehab can help to relieve the following types of symptoms:
- Visual disturbances
- Chronic headaches
- Tightness in neck
At ProFysio Physical Therapy, our Aberdeen physical therapy doctors
can create a custom treatment plan that is personalized to your individual
needs and goals. As the only fellowship trained physical therapists in
Monmouth County, we are committed to providing our patients with the compassionate,
effective, and high-quality medical care you need to improve your quality of life.
Find out more about how we can assist you by scheduling your free consultation
How Can Balance & Vestibular Rehab Help Me?
Symptoms of vestibular disorders can diminish a person’s quality
of life and impact nearly all aspects of daily living. In addition to
possibly contributing to the development of emotional disorders such as
anxiety and depression, balance disorders often cause individuals to adopt
sedentary lifestyles to avoid triggering or worsening their symptoms,
resulting in decreased muscle strength and flexibility. Vestibular rehabilitation
can address both the primary and secondary symptoms of vestibular disorders
by using a problem-oriented approach tailored towards each patient’s
specific affliction. Through the use of simple-yet-specialized exercises
intended to reduce vertigo and dizziness, patients can learn to compensate
over time and maximize their recovery.
Vestibular rehab often involves a combination of the following:
- Posture training
- Stretching exercises
- Head, eye, and neck exercises
- Home therapy programs
- Balance retraining
- Habituation therapy
- Gaze stabilization
Discuss Your Treatment Options Today
At ProFysio Physical Therapy, our
Aberdeen physical therapists are passionate about helping individuals take control of their wellbeing.
Whether you require only short-term vestibular rehabilitation therapy
or a much more extensive treatment plan, we have the specialized knowledge
and skill to help you enjoy life in motion once more. With personalized
attention and a dedication to providing education on ways you can continue
your therapy at home at your convenience, our experts have what it takes
to help you reclaim an active lifestyle.
Contact our office online or call us today at (732) 333-6360 to get started.