Help! I Get Dizzy at the Dentist

Help! I Get Dizzy at the Dentist

Are you afraid of getting dizzy at the dentist? I meet a lot of people who have felt dizziness in the dental chair and are now afraid to go back! Dental care is important to maintain healthy teeth and gums. In this blog, I will share three tips to help if you are...
What Is Dizziness?

What Is Dizziness?

What is dizziness? Dizziness is the general term that most people use for all related symptoms in this category. Dizziness is what you will most commonly hear people call it when they feel “off.” People that know what vertigo is are people who have had...
Vestibular Rehab: Top Ten Barriers to Vestibular Recovery

Vestibular Rehab: Top Ten Barriers to Vestibular Recovery

Barriers to Vestibular Rehab and Recovery Before getting into the barriers to vestibular recovery we must understand it some more. It starts with central compensation. It is the process of the brain interpreting whatever level of vestibular input is available from the...
Vestibular Decompensation: An Unrecognized Cause of Vertigo

Vestibular Decompensation: An Unrecognized Cause of Vertigo

If a person is immobile for even a few days – without head motion, such as during bedrest from a flu, surgery, hospital stay, depressive episode, etc, then they can experience “vestibular decompensation.” This phenomenon occurs when a person with a...
Vestibular Rehabilitation: A Specialty

Vestibular Rehabilitation: A Specialty

Why Vestibular Rehabilitation? Traditional (general) physical therapy will not be very effective for people who need vestibular rehab. Vestibular Rehabilitation is a sub-specialty within the physical therapy profession.  Vestibular physical therapy, also called...
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