Vertigo Treatment

Dizziness, Vertigo and Vestibular Problems

Have you witnessed or are currently witnessing any of these problems?
  • Dizziness
  • Vertigo – Illusory Motion
  • Blurred Vision
  • Nausea
  • Impaired Balance
  • Decreasing Concentration
  • Fatigue

If you have faced any of these issues in isolation or combination, you might be witnessing Vestibular Problems. These are the problems whose root cause can be usually traced to a malfunctioning in the inner ear balancing system. Such malfunctions can be easily triggered by even the smallest of head or body movements like getting up from the couch.

The impact of vestibular problems is multiplied by the way they affect your personal and professional life. It is very common for people having vestibular problems to face issues at work and in their relationships due to lack of focus & confidence, increased levels of irritability & depression and constant fatigue. Not just this, you might face severe health risks if you have vestibular problems and you drive frequently.

What are the Common Causes of Vestibular Problems?

Vestibular Problems can be a result of any of the following root causes. This is not an exhaustive list, but it covers the most prevalent causes of Vestibular Problems:

  • Vestibular Neuronitis:
  • Viral Infection in the inner ear.

  • Acoustic Neuroma:
  • A small tumor around the Vestibular Nerve.

  • Menieres Disease:
  • Cyclical build-up of fluid in the inner ear.

  • Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV):
  • Presence of debris in the inner ear fluid.

  • Otoxicity:
  • Inner ear structures reacting adversely to certain medicines.

  • Vestibular Migraine:
  • A form of Migraine where the main issue is dizziness instead of headache.

  • Stroke:
  • Blocked blood supply to the inner ear and vestibular areas in the brain.

  • Recent Trauma:
  • Severe accidents or even minor falls.

How Do We Provide Vestibular Care at TruCare?

We design the entire treatment plan in line with your medical history, severity and schedule. Here are some forms of measures we may take:
  1. Comprehensive Education About Vestibular Conditions and Their Effective Management
  2. Eye-Head Coordination Exercises
  3. Balancing Exercises
  4. Fitness Training
For more details about your specific treatment plan, please feel free to get in touch with us.

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