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Physical Therapy treatment for dizziness or vertigo in the home of a patient

Vertigo & Dizziness Physical Therapy

What is Vertigo & Dizziness Physical Therapy?

Vertigo and dizziness physical therapy is a type of therapy that helps people who feel dizzy or have dizzy spells, get lightheaded or experience vertigo.


This therapy includes treatments for conditions related to the vestibular system, which is part of the inner ear that helps control balance and spatial orientation. This therapy can help you feel more stable and reduce dizziness and vertigo, such as vertigo you might get when lying down.

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What are the Benefits of Vertigo & Dizziness Physical Therapy?

Vertigo and dizziness physical therapy can help you in many ways:

  • Reduce Dizziness: It can help lower feelings of dizziness, reduce frequency and severity of dizzy spells and vertigo, especially if related to the vestibular system.

  • Improve Balance: It can help you stand and walk without falling.

  • Increase Strength: It can make your muscles stronger to support better balance.

  • Boost Confidence: It can make you feel more sure of yourself when you move.

  • Enhance Mobility: It can help you move around more easily and safely.

Vestibular Rehabilitation or Vestibular Physical Therapy is another name for this type of physical therapy and requires a great deal of experience. It is often recommended for patients who have been diagnosed as having a vestibular condition.

  • Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) We have a great blog on BPPV here: "Dizziness - Get me off of this ride!!!

  • Vestibular Neuritis/Labyrinthitis

  • Unilateral Vestibular Hypofunction

  • Vestibular Mgraine

  • Persistent postural perceptual dizziness (PPPD).

  • Mal de Debarquement (MdDS)

  • Cervicogenic Dizziness

  • Post Concussion Syndrome

  • Meniere’s Disease

  • Neurological conditions (i.e. stroke, traumatic brain injury)

  • Deconditioning of the vestibular system due to aging or inactivity

  • and many other vestibular conditions

If you are not yet diagnosed with a vestibular disorder, there are common symptoms that can be treated with vestibular rehabilitation.

  • Vertigo (a sense that spinning is happening)

  • General dizziness, lightheadedness

  • Nausea, vomiting, fatigue

  • Tightness, stiffness, and/or pain in the neck

  • Walking with difficulty and imbalance

  • Headaches

  • Frequent falls

  • Vision problems (double vision, blurred vision due to head movement, difficulty focusing, and poor tolerance for screens)

  • Mild memory problems, brain fog, difficulty concentrating

Is Vertigo & Dizziness Physical Therapy Right for Me?

If you have trouble with dizziness or vertigo, vertigo treatment and dizziness physical therapy might be right for you. The program has helped many people like you feel less dizziness overall and less frequently and in most cases vertigo is easy to fix. 


This therapy is especially helpful for those with vestibular problems, which affect the inner ear and can cause dizziness and vertigo.  But, there doesn't have to be an exact older adults, it can simply be a result of reduced activity as you become a senior. 


You'll learn a great deal more here in our blog: "Managing Dizziness in Older Adults: A Guide from Achieva Rehabilitation"


We use specialized techniques and training specific to your particular challenges using movement interventions to help all the areas above.  And as you can see we truly prioritize educating our patients as much as possible.

What Type of Exercises Should I Expect from Vertigo & Dizziness Physical Therapy?

In vertigo and dizziness physical therapy, you will do different types of exercises:

  • Vestibular Exercises: To help improve the function of your inner ear and reduce dizziness and vertigo. These may include head movements, eye movements, and balance tasks.

  • Balance Exercises: To help you stand and walk safely.

  • Strength Training: To make your muscles stronger to support better balance.

  • Coordination Activities: To improve how well your body parts work together.

  • Functional Activities: To help you do everyday tasks more easily and safely.

Your therapist will create a special plan just for you, with exercises that match your needs and abilities.

Vertigo & Dizziness Physical Therapy Near Me

Looking for vertigo and dizziness physical therapy close to home in Pennsylvania? At Achieva Rehabilitation, we offer in-home physical therapy services, so you can get the care you need without leaving your house.


Our friendly and skilled therapists will come to you and help you reduce dizziness and improve your balance. Contact us today to learn more and start your journey to better health!


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Are you having difficulty with dizziness, lightheadedness, vertigo, weakness or getting tired too quickly?  Do you lack confidence when you have to go out of the house?

If you answered “Yes” to any of those questions, you should call us and make an appointment to see one of our qualified Physical Therapists. We will interview you, find out your problem, lay out the customized plan for you and work with you personally one-on-one in your own home with no distractions


Call our office now at 888-929-7677 or request an appointment or consultation with this form:

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"I have such high praise for Achieva. I was treated in my own home for benign positional vertigo and almost immediately felt relief from my symptoms. I don’t know how I would have made it to a PT facility given the severity of my symptoms! Joel made me understand why I had the symptoms I did and showed me what to do if they returned. Thankfully, I have been symptom free and am so grateful to Achieva for helping me get back to normal."

- Erin B.

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