Vestibular Rehabilitation

Why Choose Vestibular Rehabilitation at NeuroBloom PT?

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    About Vestibular Rehabilitation

    Vestibular rehabilitation is an exercise-based therapy regimen that tackles dizzy disorders. This therapy aims to restore balance and alleviate dizziness, which is frequently caused by inner-ear problems.
    Your physical therapist will create a personalized NeuroBloom care plan (NCP) for you after your initial evaluation. The treatment plan’s goal will be to go through vestibular rehabilitation that is tailored to your unique concerns in order to alleviate dizziness and improve your quality of life.

    What is Vestibular Rehabilitation?

    • Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT) is a specialized form of physical therapy that is focused on rehabilitation for problems with inner ear (vestibular) disorders, balance, vertigo (BPPV), disequilibrium and chronic dizziness.
    • VRT comprises of repeated practice of triggering activities and movements that bring on dizziness and imbalance in order to desensitize and habituate. To help the brain and body adapt to chronic dizziness or to recover from an acute vestibular injury, specialized form of vestibular exercises is necessary.
    • It uses neural plasticity, the brain’s ability to adapt itself, to promote stronger neural connections within the brain to better handle vestibular information. It can also help a person’s self-confidence so that they can move around freely again without fear of a severe episode of vertigo.
    • The exercises can be done safely at home and are appropriate for many types of vestibular disorders. NeuroBloom PT’s Certified Vestibular Rehabilitation Specialist is an excellent resource for learning these specializedexercises and and safely return to your prior level of functional activities
    • Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT) is a specialized form of physical therapy that is focused on rehabilitation for problems with inner ear (vestibular) disorders, balance, vertigo (BPPV), disequilibrium and chronic dizziness.
    • Acoustic Neuroma
    • Aging and Dizziness
    • Anterior Inferior Cerebellar Artery Stroke
    • Anxiety and Stress Dizziness
    • Bilateral Vestibular Loss
    • BPPV

    Types of vestibular rehabilitation

    • Acoustic Neuroma
    • Aging and Dizziness
    • Anterior Inferior Cerebellar Artery Stroke
    • Anxiety and Stress Dizziness
    • Bilateral Vestibular Loss
    • BPPV
    • Cervicogenic Dizziness
    • Cochlear Implants
    • Concussion
    • Labyrinthitis
    • Mal De Debarquement
    • Meniere’s Disease
    • Orthostatic Hypotension
    • Persistent Postural-Perceptual Dizziness
    • Posterior Inferior Cerebellar Artery Stroke
    • Space and Motion Sensitivity
    • Superior Canal Dehiscense
    • Symptoms with Exercise
    • Trauma and Inner Ear Problems
    • Unilateral Vestibular Hypofunction
    • Vestibular Migraines
    • Vestibular neuritis
    • White Matter Disease

    Symptoms of Vestibular Conditions

    If you are experiencing any or all of the following symptoms, you may benefit from vestibular rehabilitation

    • Standing, sitting, lying down, turning head or changing positions causes dizziness.
    • Head feels heavy, tight pressure, feeling “woozy” or experiencing brain fogginess.
    • Gaze instability (difficulty focusing on a target with head turns)
    • Neck pain or tightness around neck/shoulder, increased joint stiffness, a pressure/pull sensation in/around head.
    • Frequent falls (unknown reason)
    • Experiencing these symptoms post-concussion, motor vehicle accident or head trauma, accompanying neurological condition.
    • Vertigo, dizziness, visual disturbance, and/or imbalance are all examples of symptoms.
    • Migraines or chronic headaches with light and sound sensitivity
    • Symptoms secondary to the vestibular disorder like nausea and/or vomiting, reduced ability to focus or concentrate, and fatigue.
    • Symptoms of vestibular disorders can diminish quality of life and affect all aspects of life, including economic and social participation, as well as contributing to emotional problems, such as anxiety and depression.

    Your NeuroBloom Vestibular PT will develop a customized exercise plan for you from the findings of the clinical assessment, laboratory testing and imaging studies, and subjective history from patient. Chronic pain, comorbidities, polypharmacy (multiple medications) as well as ongoing emotional/mental stress are some of the factors that can influence a person’s recovery.

    What we offer

    Vestibular Physical Therapist

    Concierge (private in-home) PT sessions + Telehealth (virtual) sessions

    On demand concierge services in simulated or “real time” locations for return to work/play practice.

    One-on-one consultation and coaching

    Happy Clients


    "When my stroke happened  I felt alone, worried and  Vulnerable. But I was also determined to get better. When I met Dr. Nidhi Seth, My Neuro-vestibular Physical Therapist.. who is also stroke rehabilitation specialist, I knew I had found my champion and cheer leader. Her knowledge and compassion combined with drive and determination were key to successfully overcoming and adapting to my stroke and accompanied vestibular deficits.  Now I do all of the things that are important to me and that make me feel whole, happy and confident.  I am forever grateful."

    Nicole T. SINCE 2018

    "Nidhi has been so great and so helpful throughout my rehabilitation journey and helping me figure out how life was going to change and how to accept that change as well. Nidhi has always been very encouraging and never let me give up. I think my recovery would have been very different if I didn't have Nidhi to help me through it."

    Debra D SINCE 2021

    "Dr. Seth definitely inspired me and played a big part in my ongoing healing and journey back to better balance, well-being, and health! Since the time I started seeing her for physical therapy for my vestibular issues and balance, I have been walking 4-6 evenings/week, 4-5mi each walk. I use the Calm app daily and am really benefitting from meditation and mindfulness. Working with Nidhi got me started on the right path physically and psychologically, and she contributed significantly to my sense of well-being when I was unsure of myself and my ability to heal. When she showed me her forearm tattoo that says, “Liberate Yourself”, that had a huge impact on me, and I’ve kept that principle in mind as I’ve continued to rebuild my self-confidence and ability to enjoy my life again. Thank you so much for being my first therapist and for getting me started in a wonderful direction!"

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Your physical therapist will assess your symptoms, limitations, and problem history. Your therapist will use this information to create a treatment plan tailored to your needs. Exercises for the head, body, and eyes may be prescribed

    With a vestibular disorder, many everyday tasks become difficult. Some adopt a more sedentary lifestyle to avoid the symptoms. Symptoms include:

    • Unsteady
    • Dizziness
    • Vertigo
    • Perception of objects moving when they are not
    • Focusing issues or double vision
    • Our certified therapists can help with vestibular therapy.

    Vestibular rehabilitation can help with these issues that arise from a vestibular disorder:

    • Vomiting or nausea
    • Inability to focus
    • Fatigue
    • Afraid or depressed
    • After treatment, you should have more energy, stamina, and a better quality of life.

    Our team is committed to assisting those with neurological, neuromuscular, and vestibular issues. Professional development is an ongoing process in neurological and vestibular rehabilitation. Our team includes certified vestibular PTs.

    Can be. We offer concierge Physical therapy and telehealth. We can bring small equipment to help the therapy. Contact us to discuss your options.

    You can schedule an appointment via email or phone number

    Email: nidhi.seth@neurobloompt.com

    Phone No: +1(315) 447-4590

    No. We are certified vestibular physical therapist, you do not require a referral. However, any information from your GP, specialist, or other medical experts is always welcome.

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