Our physiotherapists are specifically trained to assess and treat vertigo caused by vestibular problems. Vertigo is often due a problem in the inner ear. An important part of the inner ear is the collection of semicircular canals. These structures are lined with cells that act like a gyroscope for the body and are responsible for providing feedback of our position. Using manual techniques, treatment will decrease dizziness and symptoms, most peripheral vertigo patients find substantial relief with treatment.

Vertigo is most commonly associated with which body part?

An inner ear problem is the cause of most cases of vertigo.

What are symptoms of vertigo and other balance disorders?

The most common symptoms of vertigo and other balance disorders include a spinning sensation, the feeling of tilting or swaying, or feeling unbalanced.