Vestibular Rehabilitation

Ravenscroft Health offers Vestibular rehabilitation by highly trained physiotherapists, that improves nerve pathways between inner ear, eyes, spinal cord, and brain.

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We have special ways to help with inner ear problems that are making you feel dizzy. Our physiotherapists are really good at improving how your inner ear, eyes, spine, and brain work together. The goal of vestibular rehabilitation is to make dizziness and balance problems better with targeted treatments.

What Vestibular conditions can you treat?

  • Vertigo
  • Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV)
  • Labyrinthitis
  • Vestibular neuritis
  • Migraine headache
  • Ménière disease

How does vestibular rehabilitation therapy work?

Vestibular rehabilitation helps Dizziness and balance.

Dizziness happens when something affects your sense of spatial orientation. Spatial orientation is your brain calculating the position of your body in relation to your surroundings. You may feel dizzy when your sense of body position in relation to your surroundings is affected.

Vestibular treatments help re-establish the lost or diminished connections between your sensory organs and brain thereby reducing your symptoms of dizziness and imbalance.

How Ravenscroft can help you

Your therapist will provide you with tailored vestibular rehabilitation therapy specific to your needs. Exercises may include.

  • Eye movement control.
  • Balance retraining.
  • Stretching and strengthening

Vestibular rehabilitation therapy helps retrain connections between your brain and inner ear, joints and eyes, ultimately reducing your symptoms of dizziness and imbalance.


What is vestibular rehabilitation?

Vestibular rehabilitation is a treatment for dizziness/imbalance and involves a series of head/eye movement exercises, and balance activities etc. All my patients are individually assessed and a customised programme is designed for their specific needs, in order to gain maximum function. 

What types of conditions do you treat?

We can treat all types of vestibular dizziness and balance problems caused by conditions such as Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV), Dizziness, Nausea related to movement, history of falls, Motion sensitivity, Poor balance, Labyrinthitis or Vestibular Neuritis, Concussion & Post-concussion Syndromes dizziness, Acoustic Neuroma (if stable or post-operative), Ménière’s Disease (if accompanied by vestibular loss) 

How long does the session last?

Individuals with certain conditions are not candidates for vestibular rehabilitation, such as: 

    • Dizziness caused by progressive central nervous system loss (e.g. Multiple Sclerosis) 
    • Fluctuating dizziness conditions (e.g. Migraine-related dizziness) 
    • Psychogenic dizziness. (e.g. dizziness related to anxiety, depression, etc) 
What can I expect to feel during and after this treatment?

For a short period after the assessment, you may feel a bit more dizzy. For this reason, it is important to have someone drive you home or to take a taxi. After that, what you feel depends on the condition being treated. For those people with BPPV, the reduction in their dizziness after just 1 or 2 treatments can be quite remarkable. With other conditions, a person will feel much better with time and consistent exercising. 


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