Vestibular Therapy

We help people get out of pain so that they can remain fit, healthy and mobile without medications, injections or surgeries.

Easy Allied Health Provides Insurance-Covered Therapy, Billed Directly To Your Insurance Provider.

Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy

Vestibular rehabilitation is an exercise-based program, designed by a specialty-trained vestibular physical therapist, to improve balance and reduce problems related to dizziness.

This therapy retrains the brain so that the incorrect sensations of motion generated by the inner ear are corrected. The therapy consists of various exercises designed to improve visual orientation, ocular motor skills, balance, and gait.

Why Our Treatment Works

Our findings will lead to creation of a program that will improve your function and match with your goals of care. Our vestibular rehabilitation experts can evaluate and treat patients who suffer from symptoms that include:
Feelings of unsteadiness
Wooziness (swimming feeling in head)
Light headedness
Feelings of passing out
Sensations of moving
Whirling (sensations known as vertigo)

Vestibular Treatment Plan

Many times, vestibular rehabilitation therapy will be the only treatment needed. Other times, it is a part of the pre-surgery/post-surgery treatment plan. In most cases, if patients continue to perform the exercises they have learned, balance and dizziness problems decrease significantly or completely disappear.

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FAQs On Neck And Head Injuries

If you have been in an accident involving the head or neck, you should be evaluated for injury, even if you did not suffer any apparent wounds. Symptoms of serious conditions, like a concussion, may not be visible, especially at first.

However, a head or neck injury is possible even without apparent trauma. Signs that you may be suffering from a head or neck injury include:

  • Persistent pain or discomfort
  • Shooting or stabbing pain
  • Numbness, weakness, or tingling
  • Restricted movement or mobility
  • Unexplained headaches

Minor pain or discomfort from a non-traumatic event, such as sleeping in an uncomfortable position, is short-lived and should resolve itself in a few hours. However, pain that continues for several days or is shooting or stabbing in nature may be a sign of an injury and should be evaluated. If left untreated, common head and neck injuries could lead to more severe and chronic conditions that make daily living a challenge.

Your method of treatment will depend on the type, location, and severity of the injury. More complicated or serious injuries may require surgical intervention or medicine. However, physiotherapy is a less invasive and more natural treatment option that has been proven successful at remedying many common head or neck injuries. A professional evaluation is the key to determining which course of treatment is right for you.

Head and neck pain does not have to disrupt your way of life. If you are suffering from a head or neck injury, our physiotherapists can help. You can set up an appointment online, call us at 604-305-0037, or email For your convenience, we offer several locations and appointment options.