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The Future For Dizziness Treatment, Is Here

Dizziness & Vertigo Treatment / Vestibular Rehabilitation Edmonton

Don't Let Dizziness Take Control of Your Life

At Regenerate Physiotherapy in Edmonton, we offer treatment solutions for dizziness, vertigo conditions. Our Therapists are trained to assess and diagnose conditions of the inner ear. This is also known as vestibular rehabilitation therapy. 
This requires special knowledge of the brain, nervous system, muscular system and vestibular system.
We provide state-of-the-art treatment by experienced vestibular physical therapists to help you resolve dizziness or vertigo, reduce fall risk, and treat both inner ear or central nervous system dysfunction. Our holistic approach takes away the guessing and starts the healing process right Away!

About Vestibular Disorders 

The vestibular system is made up of parts of the brain and inner ear. These parts of the body help process sensory information that is important eye movement and balance. If a person has a injury or disease to these parts of the body, a vestibular disorder can occur. 

Commonly Treated 

Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) Labyrinthitis
Vestibular Neuritis
Ménière’s Disease
Acoustic Neuroma
Perilymph fistula
Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
Post-concussion Syndrome
Disequilibrium and other balance disorders

The Vestibular Apparatus 

The vestibular apparatus is a small structure located in the inner ear that is vital for balance of our heads and bodies. People with vestibular disorders often experience debilitating symptoms including dizziness, vertigo, nausea, fatigue and problems with vision and balance. These symptoms are often accompanied by symptoms including reduced strength, loss of range of motion, and increased tension ( neck and shoulder region), usually resulting in muscle compensation, fatigue and headaches.


Symptoms related to vestibular disorders  may be frightening. Commonly, symptoms are vertigo, dizziness, loss of balance.


The most common causes for dizziness are injury to the brain and inner ear. While most are treatable, some have serious implications. 


Vertigo and balance problems related to Vestibular Disorders are treated with Vestibular Therapy. Learn More below. 

About Vestibular Therapy 

Vestibular therapy is a specialized therapy intended to reduce the symptoms of vestibular disorders. It encompasses a wide range of treatments options that include; specific exercises, manual techniques, and education. 

Our Clinic offers Vertigo Goggles that can help interpret your dizziness and provide immediate treatment and relief. 

Benefits of Vestibular Therapy

Vestibular Therapy is able to effectively retrain the brain to compensate for symptoms.

This treatment  is also able to help remove the cause of dizziness, specifically with BBPV (Positional Vertigo). 

Types of Treatments 

After your initial evaluation and assessment,  the vestibular physiotherapist will determine the individualized treatment plan.

Positional Treatment 
Eye Tracking Therapy 
Balance Retraining
Sensory organization Training
Gaze stabilization
Habituation and Compensatory Strategies
Customized Program
Manual Therapy or Manipulation 

What is Positional Vertigo? 

Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is pretty common, as 2.4% of people will develop this condition in their lifetime. This condition usually affects adult people and seniors. It can happen suddenly and without injury, but it is sometimes associated with head injury, and inner ear infections. 

What Are The Signs and Symptoms 

Symptoms are based on vertigo or spinning sensation due to the movement of displaced crystals inside semicircular canals. Vertigo episode are brief and repetitive, can be triggered by  head movements. Sometimes, symptoms such as nausea and vomiting, and visual disturbance (nystagmus) may appear.
 BPPV does not produce constant dizziness and does not affect your hearing ability. It typically does not present with any ringing in the ears or pain.

Please see you medical doctor if you are fainting, have any numbness the body, speaking difficulties, changes in taste or smell, problems with movement. 

What Happens With Positional Vertigo?

  • Vertigo or Spinning Sensations 
  • Typically vertigo < 1 min
  • Off balance 
  • Loss of Coordination 

How We Assess The Dizzy Patient

To begin, the vestibular physiotherapist will complete a thorough assessment that includes:
Observing and Measuring Posture
Balance and Proprioception Testing
Strength and Neurological Testing
Eye Movement Tracking 
Eye Movement and Head Movement 
Eye-head coordination Tests
Cervical Spine Testing
Gait Assessment
Cranial Nerve Exam 
Cardiac, Migraine Varient Questionnaire

Our Specialized Equipment

We are proudly the only clinic in Canada offering these state-of-the-art vertigo assessment technology. 

Vertigo goggles are able to effectively:

-Track dysfunctional eye movements and record
-Position the head in exact testing procedure
-Provide real time feedback for the clinician
-Immediately reveal diagnostic findings and treatment options

Treatment Techniques

Relax knowing the latest and best technology is at your fingertips!
In most cases of BPPV, the treatment is mechanical and completed with specific maneuvers that take help guide the otoliths crystals back to their normal position. These maneuvers are called Canalith Repositioning Maneuvers. The Epley maneuver is the most common use in clinic visits and at home, and the Semont maneuver is another technique to guide the crystals.

We Are Currently Accepting New Patients 

Feeling dizzy, nausea, and balance problems?  We are here, and ready to assist you in your recovery!