Vestibular Treatment Toronto

Although there are many, many causes of dizziness, our Toronto vestibular treatment programs can help up to two thirds of all individuals experiencing dizziness, vertigo and balance issues. Vestibular treatment is also known as Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT). Paul is certified in VRT and has trained Brendan. As a result, we know what VRT can help and what it does not. This is very important. For example, Tinnitus (i.e. ringing in your ears) is not helped by VRT.

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Physiotherapy for Benign Positional Vertigo

Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) is its full medical name. If you know how, this is a relatively easy condition to treat. It usually takes us only one or two sessions to completely clear it. To learn about BPPV and its very effective vestibular treatments, click the link: Benign Positional Vertigo Treatment, Toronto

Physiotherapy for Balance Problems

Balance issues come about for multiple reasons including: vestibular problems and disuse atrophy in the elderly.  To learn more about what causes balance problems and what can be done about them, click the link: Balance Problem Treatment, Toronto

Physiotherapy for Vestibular Loss

Vestibular loss comes from such conditions as Labyrinthitis, Vestibular Neuritis, Acoustic Neuroma and Meniere’s disease (AKA Endolymphatic Hydrops, or MD/EH). To learn more about these conditions and how they are effectively relieved by vestibular treatments, click the link: Vestibular Loss Treatment, Toronto

Natural Dizziness Treatment

All of our VRT treatments are safe, drug-free and provided one-on-one by a registered Physiotherapist. To learn more about this natural way to relieve dizziness, click the link: Natural Dizziness Treatment, Toronto

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This information is not provided to self-diagnose. It is therefore very IMPORTANT that you also consult your doctor.
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