Vestibular Rehabilitation in Surrey

Do you feel dizzy or out of balance? Are you struggling to coordinate while walking? Have you injured your head recently? All these are signs you need vestibular rehabilitation in Surrey. Vestibular issues include visual disorders, unsteadiness, dizziness and vertigo. It can occur due to various reasons, such as head trauma, inner ear diseases, diseases and more. Our physiotherapists assess your issues thoroughly and provide you with advanced vestibular rehabilitation therapy to improve your quality of life.

What Exactly is Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy?

Before you understand vestibular rehabilitation therapy, let’s go through the basics of the  vestibular system first. The vestibular system is responsible for our balance, clear vision while moving and orientation. It is a sensory system located in the inner ear. This is what sends signals from the visual system, joints, muscles and vestibular systems to the brain. That means even a slight problem in this complex system can cause vertigo, dizziness, fatigue, poor concentration, vomiting, etc. Vestibular rehabilitation therapy focuses on restoring the normal functions of this system. The trained physiotherapists help you manage balance problems and dizziness or vertigo through specific exercises.

When to Get Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy?

Most people aren’t aware of the right time to get this therapy. Delaying the process may take a toll on your overall recovery process. Thus, you should visit a physiotherapy clinic as soon as you experience dizziness, nausea, unsteadiness or balance issues. Here are the symptoms when you need to get vestibular rehabilitation therapy:
  • Meniere disease
  • Migraines
  • Vertigo
  • Vestibular neuritis
  • Labyrinthitis
  • Traumatic brain injury
Are you still confused about whether or not to get this therapy? Let our experienced physiotherapists evaluate your condition. We will prescribe a suitable treatment for your speedy recovery.

What to Expect from Vestibular Rehabilitation Treatment?

There are three phases of treatment in our vestibular rehabilitation therapy. All of them assure you of individualized care and attention unless you achieve your health goals. Here’s what to expect from vestibular rehabilitation therapy at Legend Physiotherapy & Rehab.
  1. Detailed consultation
Our physiotherapists consult with you thoroughly to know your health concerns. This helps us learn about your present and previous medical conditions as well.
  1. Assessment of balance, coordination & vestibular nerve function
We assess your coordination, balance & vestibular nerve function once we know your medical history. The professionals learn about your condition and prepare an individualized treatment plan accordingly. They may evaluate your gait, arm & leg strength and balance. You may have to undergo tests to identify the functioning of the inner ear vestibular part.
  1. Treatment
The physiotherapist prepares in-clinic sessions depending on your condition. They will guide you through balance exercises, habituation exercises, visual restraining exercises, etc. Why don’t you visit us and let our team evaluate your condition? We will let you know what’s wrong and if vestibular rehabilitation is right for you. Our professionals not only resolve symptoms but also improve your overall lifestyle. How Many Sessions Do You Need? That depends on the severity of your condition. Some people find relief after one or two sessions. Others may need six to eight weeks to recover completely. Our physiotherapists will let you know about the number of sessions you need for optimal recovery.

Why Choose Legend Physiotherapy and Rehab for Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy?

We have handpicked some of the most experienced & trained physiotherapists to provide you with a superior-quality vestibular rehabilitation program. The team evaluates your condition to prescribe the most effective exercises for your recovery. They show you how to do specific exercises like stretching & strengthening, eye movement control and balance retraining. You can do these exercises even at home, thereby stepping toward steady recovery.
  1. Direct billing- ICBC, WSBC,Third party insurance and Private
  2. Private in-clinic initial appointment – $95 dollars (Duration- 50 Minutes)
  3. Private in-clinic subsequent appointment – $85 dollars(Duration- 40 Minutes)
  4. Private initial extended session- $130 dollars (Duration-1 hour 10 minutes)
  5. Subsequent extended sessions- $110 dollars (Duration- 1 Hour)
  6. Active rehab initial appointments (Duration- 40 Minutes)
  7. Active rehab subsequent appointments (Duration- 30 Minutes)
  8. Pelvic floor initial appointment- $150 (Duration- 1 Hour)
  9. Pelvic floor subsequent appointment- $110(Duration40 minutes)
  10. MSP- $25 dollars(User fee) Each visit with MSP
  11. premium assistance has a physiotherapy cost of $23 dollars.