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Peaceful clinic at Sensory Therapeutics
Balance Training
Fall Prevention
Vestibular / Dizzy

Therapeutic      Services

Occupational and Physical Therapists who specialize in Vestibular Rehabilitation treat people who have issues with dizziness, vertigo and imbalance. They treat people with BPPV, Meniere's Disease, Acoustic Neuroma. Pre and post surgerical. Balance Training. Falls Prevention.

We Treat:

  • Dizziness / Lightheadedness

  • Vertigo (Positional, Central and Cervical)

  • Vestibular / Inner Ear Weakness

  • Labyrinthitis / Neuronitis

  • Meniere's Disease (Endolymphatic Hydrops)

  • Mal de Debarquement Syndrome (MdDS) 

  • Acoustic Neuroma

  • Post Concussion / ​Traumatic Brain Injury  (TBI)

  • Cerebellar Dysfunction

  • Ataxia / Gait Issues

  • Postural Issues

Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is a commonly occurring inner ear problem. If you are symptomatic during testing, we'll treat for this condition: an Epley maneuver to reposition the "crystals" if displaced in your posterior canal, "Log Roll" if in the horizontal canal or instruct in and perform Brandt-Daroff habituation exercises.

Vertigo Symptoms Frequently Occur:

  • Lying down

  • Turning over in bed

  • Getting up from bed in the morning

  • Bending

  • Looking up or reaching up for items on a high shelf

The dynamic "Three Member Sensory Team";  Vestibular, Visual and Proprioceptive sensory systems are constantly  sending information to the brain. Our treatments are designed to help your brain coordinate these signals and correct for mis-match or differences between your inner ears to help maintain balance. 

We Can Help

  • Improve balance

  • Decrease risk for falls

  • Increase confidence and reduce fear of falling

  • Improve flexibility and posture

  • Increase activities in home and community

  • Improve strength

One third of older people fall each year. Falling once doubles your risk of falling again. One out of five falls causes a serious injury such as broken bones or a head injury. We evaluate your fall risk and design an individualized program to address your specific needs.

Factors that can increase your risk for falls.

  • Difficulty walking and imbalance

  • Muscle weakness

  • Home hazards

  • Vision issues

  • Medication effects

  • Fear of falling

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Balance, Falls Prevention
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