extended periods of non-compensated vertigo, you may find that you are
suffering one or more of the following issues:
- An inability to focus or feel “stable” when walking or moving
within a busy shopping mall or outside environment.
Vertigo, or a sense of spinning with movements of the head during
everyday activities (hanging out washing, bending down to pick something up off
Motion intolerance such as whilst travelling in a car.
A sense of blurred vision or trouble reading with head movement
Possible hearing loss or a feeling of fullness in one or both
Staggering or veering with walking
These symptoms can occur due to persistent
imbalances within the inner ear’s vestibular system as well as disturbance of
the small reflexes which allow our eyes to maintain focus as we move our bodies
as well as provide stability for our body as we move our heads or are exposed
to environmental movements.
Rehabilitation Training (VRT) involves a prescribed program of progressive
exercises which challenge your body’s balance control mechanisms (the
vestibular system, the visual system and the somatosensory system) in order to
regain control and input from whichever of these 3 systems have become