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  • Joel J. Digris, MSPT, Owner Achieva Rehabilitation

High Level Balance and Dizziness Exercises with Achieva Rehabilitation’s Mobile Physical Therapy

Physical therapist working with an older adult patient at home to help his balance

At Achieva Rehabilitation, we know how important it is to help people who feel dizzy or have trouble balancing. Our mobile physical therapy program brings expert help right to your home. Here are some examples of the exercises you might do with us to improve your balance and feel less dizzy.

Head and Eye Movements

These exercises help your brain get used to movements that might make you dizzy.

  • Side-to-Side Head Turns: Sit or stand and slowly turn your head from one side to the other. Keep your eyes focused on a target in front of you.

  • Up and Down Head Moves: Slowly move your head up and down, keeping your eyes focused on a point in front of you.

Standing Balance Exercises

These exercises help improve your balance while standing.

  • Heel-to-Toe Walk: Walk in a straight line, placing the heel of one foot directly in front of the toes of the other foot, like you’re walking on a tightrope.

  • Single Leg Stance: Stand on one foot for 10-20 seconds. Hold onto a chair or wall for support if needed.

Dynamic Balance Exercises

These exercises challenge your balance while moving.

  • Marching in Place: Lift your knees high as you march in place. Try to stay balanced without holding onto anything.

  • Sidestepping: Take small steps to the side, keeping your body straight and looking forward.

Eye-Head Coordination Exercises

These exercises help your eyes and head work together.

  • Focus on a Target: Hold a card with a letter on it at arm’s length. Keep your eyes on the letter while moving your head from side to side or up and down.

  • Ball Toss: Toss a ball against a wall and catch it, keeping your eyes on the ball and moving your head to follow it.

Strengthening Exercises

Strong muscles help keep you steady.

  • Chair Squats: Sit in a chair and then stand up, using your legs to lift you. Sit back down and repeat.

  • Calf Raises: Stand up straight and rise onto your toes, then slowly lower your heels back to the ground. Hold onto a chair for balance if needed.

Why Choose Achieva Rehabilitation?

With our in-home physical therapy, you get personalized, one-on-one attention without the need to travel to a clinic. Our therapists work with you in your home, focusing on exercises tailored to your specific needs. We help you practice movements safely in your own environment, making it easier to apply these exercises to your daily life.

Great Results from Our Patients

Many of our patients have seen fantastic improvements:

  • Maria S. said, "The exercises helped me walk around my house without feeling dizzy. I can even go outside more now!"

  • Tom P. shared, "I never thought I could balance on one foot, but now I can! Achieva's therapists are the best."


If you’re struggling with dizziness or balance, our mobile physical therapy program can make a big difference. At Achieva Rehabilitation, we bring expert care right to your door, helping you improve your balance and reduce dizziness safely and effectively.

For more information, visit our website at Achieva Rehabilitation. Let us help you regain your balance and confidence with our personalized in-home physical therapy services.

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