Do you struggle with balance or dizziness?

Vestibular disorders can include dizziness, light-headedness, unsteadiness, disorientation, vertigo, nausea, blurred vision, tinnitus, and even hearing loss

Human balance is controlled by information from our inner ears, our eyes, and our muscles and joints which is sent to the brain constantly to be processed. This is how we know where we are in space, whether we are static or moving, and this enables us to remain in balance. If any aspect of this system is damaged by disease, ageing or injury, vestibular disorders can result, generating a range of symptoms.

These symptoms may only last a short time and resolve themselves without any assistance. Unfortunately for some people, symptoms can be severe or long-lasting, and make everyday activities difficult, or even impossible.

The type and severity of vestibular symptoms can vary considerably, and they can be frightening and difficult to describe.

In addition, the unpredictable nature of the symptoms can often generate feelings of anxiety and/or depression.

Specialist physiotherapy plays a key role in the treatment of vestibular rehabilitation. Careful assessment is essential to diagnose the specific cause of the condition which provides the information necessary to select and deliver the correct treatment plan to address the symptoms.

Balance disorders can strike at any age but are more common as you get older. The most commonly diagnosed vestibular disorders include:

•  Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV)  •  Labyrinthitis and vestibular neuritis  •  Vestibular migraine  •  Ménière’s disease  •  Secondary endolymphatic hydrops  •  Perilymph fistula.

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