Vestibular Disorders

The vestibular system is comprised of a small, but complex unit inside each ear that attaches to different structures in your head, including the eyes, brain, and muscles. The purpose of the system is to help maintain balance and equilibrium with movement and head turning. A common example of a vestibular disorder is vertigo, which occurs when the crystals inside of the ear become dislodged into one of the canals. Like with many disorders seen in physical therapy, physical therapists develop programs consisting of hands on manual techniques and exercises to target the cause of the symptoms and get you back to functioning without difficulty.

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