Vestibular DisorderPhysical Therapy
NO MEDICATION. NO PAINFUL INJECTIONS.
Get professional help with symptoms caused by vestibular disorders. Our expert Doctors of Physical Therapy can create a specialized, holistic approach for tackling problems with dizziness and imbalance.
Signs You May Have Vestibular Disorder
Are You Experiencing These Symptoms?
Our Treatment Method
How We Treat Vestibular Disorder Symptoms
Every visit at our clinic will be entirely one-on-one with one of our certified Doctors of Physical Therapy. You always get expert treatment and care throughout the entire session. After your evaluation, we determine how to treat the symptoms of your vestibular disorder. This is typically done through balance and posture exercises, manual therapy techniques, and other physical therapy methods.
How We Achieve A Better Diagnosis with Less Discomfort
What is manual therapy? Manual therapy is a method physical therapy that involves the therapist feeling exactly how your body reacts to specific movement and exercises. A lot of pain and discomfort comes from lack of mobility or a small range of motion. Through simple movements and exercises, we're able to get your body used to these motions again, reducing or completely removing your pain.
Manual therapy includes a detailed biomechanical assessment. This means that your therapist will watch and feel how you move in order to make the most accurate diagnosis possible. This leads to faster recovery times and improved outcomes.
More accurate diagnoses and understanding of pain
Less discomfort and pain during treatment
Therapist can feel where there is tension and mobility issues
The Best Of The Best
Meet the Team
Learn more about the expert physical therapists and team members that you'll work with at our clinic. Every physical therapy session will be one-on-one with a Licensed Doctor of Physical Therapy.
Dr. Mark Shulman
Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT), COMT, CSCS
Dr. Allison McKay
Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), Pelvic Rehab Practitioner Certification (PRPC)
Dr. Hannah Willms
Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)
Certified Physical Therapist (CPT)
Certified Massage Therapist (CMT)