The vestibular system includes parts of the inner ear and brain that help control balance and eye movements. If the system is damaged by disease, aging or injury, a vestibular disorder can result.
If so, you may be suffering from a vestibular disorder and may benefit from a vestibular examination.
Vestibular rehabilitation can help to decrease dizziness, improve balance, decrease fall risk, and restore independence with daily activities. Therapy includes exercise-based programming, neuromuscular reeducation, and/or mechanical repositioning of misplaced crystals as a result of BPPV.
Thompson Health’s Rehabilitation Services Department’s Canandaigua location offers enhanced services for individuals suffering from vestibular disorders.
Part of F.F. Thompson Hospital
699 South Main Street, Suite 2A, Canandaigua
Dudley has been treating patients at Thompson with vertigo for over a decade. In 2019 he recertified his Vestibular Competency Certificate at a week-long vestibular rehabilitation course put on by Duke University and the American Physical Therapy Association.
Sarah Beth has been treating patients with vestibular disorders since 2012. She is certified by the American Institute of Balance in the treatment of concussion and vestibular disorders.
In addition to his Doctorate training in physical therapy, Ben has completed specialized competency training in vestibular rehabilitation.