Treatment Options for Vestibular Conditions

Vestibular Conditions Treatment Options

A vestibular condition relates to issues either in your inner ear or in the part of your brain that helps you maintain balance. When there’s a glitch in this system, it can lead to dizziness or a sensation that everything’s spinning, known as vertigo. This can make routine activities, like walking or swiftly turning your head, unexpectedly challenging. In severe situations, even just standing up can feel like a balancing act.

At Human Integrated Performance in Edmonton, our goal is to support those dealing with these challenges. Our team, which includes experienced physiotherapists and chiropractors, specializes in addressing vestibular conditions. A physiotherapist, in particular, uses specific exercises and techniques designed to improve balance, enhance inner ear function, and teach the brain to process balance information more efficiently.

Chiropractic care focuses on aligning the spine and neck, which plays a vital role in maintaining balance and preventing further episodes of dizziness. If you’re facing issues with balance or have bouts of vertigo, we’re here to help. We’ll work with you to identify the root cause of your discomfort and craft a customized treatment plan, aiming to restore your balance and improve your daily life.

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Vestibular Conditions FAQs

You should go to a chiropractor when you are experiencing joint pains, after a fall, after a motor vehicle accident, throwing out your back, etc. If you wait too long, it can be challenging to pinpoint the damage and affect your recovery time. A chiropractor is great for treating your neck, low back pain, or even knee and hip pain. Chiropractors can also help improve the function of your body’s core muscles which allow you to exercise more efficiently, prevent injuries from occurring and enhance athletic performance.

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Chiropractors treat a wide range of injuries and complications, such as scoliosis, low back pain, sprains, strains, myofascial trigger points, joint instability, joint pains, headaches, cluster headaches, cervicogenic headaches, tension headaches, migraines, vertigo, muscle spasms, etc. and in some cases, they can help reduce the symptoms of MS.

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Yes, A chiropractor can help treat vertigo. Vertigo can be described as the sensation of spinning when you are stationary. It is important to understand the cause of vertigo to treat the condition and reduce the symptoms. It’s best to consult your primary care physician before seeking treatment for this condition. It is often caused by an ear injury or infection that requires medical intervention to resolve.

On arrival, one of our expert staff members will help assess your health and history. We work together with you to determine the best treatment schedule.

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No, you do not need a prescription for you to see a chiropractor. If you are a new client, fill out the intake details form so that we can get to know you better. You can even book your appointment directly from our website.

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In most cases, during your chiropractic session, you will not have to undress. Wear comfortable loose-fitting clothes that will not hamper your movement.