Treatments

At Texas Dizziness Centers we help people who experience dizziness, unsteadiness, fear of falling, and vertigo difficulties. Vestibular therapy is a clinically-based treatment program designed to improve systems including: the inner ear, brain, eyes, muscles and joints. The therapy consists of exercises specifically prescribed to help so that you may work towards a safe and active lifestyle. These treatment modalities may include among others:

- FACT -

Doctors use information from a person’s medical history and findings from a physical examination as a basis for ordering diagnostic tests to assess the vestibular system function and to rule out alternative causes of symptoms.

Vestibular Therapy

This therapy retrains the brain so that the incorrect sensations of motion generated by the inner ear are corrected. The therapy consists of various exercises designed to improve visual orientation, ocular motor skills, balance, and gait.

Balance/Gait Training

When balance problems develop they can cause profound disruptions in your daily life. We build a training protocol to fit your needs and abilities.

Pain modalities

Many of the therapies require movements especially from your neck region. If patients have difficulty performing certain therapies and maneuvers we will address it with modalities such as electrical stimulation, ultrasound, manual therapies, spinal decompression and multiple pharmacological neurotherapeutic interventions when needed.

VNG

This test is used to help assess the function of a patient’s vestibular system. It measures eye movements that can help determine how well the vestibular system is functioning.

Therapeutic Exercises

Many of the therapies require movements especially from your neck region. If patients have difficulty performing certain therapies and maneuvers we will address it with modalities such as electrical stimulation, ultrasound, manual therapies, spinal decompression and multiple pharmacological neurotherapeutic interventions when needed.

Canalith Repositioning

This procedure is a non-invasive treatment for the most common cause of vertigo, benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV). This requires the patient to move in different positions to reduce vertigo spells.

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Feeling dizzy, having balance problems related or not to a head injury? Find help now. We have a full team of professionals that could assist you in your journey to feeling your best again.

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