Vestibular Rehabilitation - Neurolink Physiotherapy South West
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Vestibular Rehabilitation

Vestibular conditions can be due to problems in your inner ear balance organ, visual system, central or peripheral nervous systems or cervical spine. There are also other medical conditions, medications, psychological or musculoskeletal problems that can cause dizziness, vertigo and imbalance. Some conditions can even mimic each other making differential diagnosis challenging.

Working out where your dizziness is coming from is essential to formulating an appropriate and effective management plan. Some conditions benefit from specific exercises or lifestyle measures which is where Vestibular Physiotherapy is helpful. Vestibular rehabilitation has been shown to improve motion sensitivity, balance, strength, mobility and quality of life for a variety of balance conditions.

Other dizziness conditions may benefit from medications, referral to a specialist such as a Neurologist, Otolaryngologist (ENT) or Cardiologist, while many conditions benefit from a combined approach. Our vestibular therapist’s thorough assessment and advanced training can direct you to the most appropriate specialist and best management plan.

“What a Neurolink Physiotherapy Appointment entails”

Extensive one hour initial assessment including the use of Infrared Goggles that allows us to thoroughly explore the major pillars of your balance system and work out where the problem is coming from.

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Once we have determined what areas of your balance system are contributing to your problem we will provide one or more of the following if indicated:

    • education regarding the likely problem area
    • a tailored vestibular rehabilitation exercise program
    • liaison with your GP
    • recommend referral to an appropriate specialist as necessary


    • Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)
    • Vestibular Migraine
    • Vestibular Neuronitis and Labyrinthitis
    • Vestibular Hypofunction – unilateral and bilateral
    • Persistent Postural Perceptual Dizziness (PPPD)
    • Meniere’s Disease or Endolymphatic Hydrops
    • Post-surgical rehabilitation: acoustic neuromas, superior canal dehiscence, post cochlear implant and other inner ear surgeries that require balance therapy
    • Central conditions such as cerebellar strokes
    • Falls