Did You Know?

42% of Americans will experience dizziness.

 

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NEW PATIENTS

The first step is to discuss your condition with your physician or nurse practitioner. If s/he thinks you have an inner ear issue, your physician can refer you to Betsy Trame, PT, for an evaluation.

Ready for your appointment? Download our new patient form here, before you arrive.

What’s an evaluation?

The evaluation takes many items into account to ensure that vestibular rehab can help you. Some of those items are:

  • Medical history
  • A Self-assessment of how the problem affects your daily life
  • Measurements to determine how well you balance in different conditions, such as eye movement and vision assessment, vertigo assessment, and balance and gait assessment

This information will help Betsy develop an individualized plan of care that works best for you! Part of your treatment may include vestibular habituation exercises designed to repeat movements that provoke the dizziness or vertigo, so that your brain can become accustomed to your condition.

Visit the services page to see conditions we commonly treat.

Did you know that more than 42% of Americans will experience dizziness at least once in their lifetime? Even minimal to moderate dizziness may be enough to decrease your quality of life, interfere with work or daily activities and complicate all aspects of your life.

Insurance

 

Currently, we accept the following insurances:

  • Aetna
  • Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Board of Worker’s Compensation
  • Cigna
  • Medical Mutual
  • Medicare
  • (most) Medicare Advantage programs
  • Medicare –  Railroad
  • Ohio Health
  • Theramatrix Physical Therapy Network
  • Unitedhealthcare

Please check with us to see if our services our covered by your provider.

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We’re available to help you learn more about vestibular rehab, so that you can make an informed decision about conquering your dizziness and disequilibrium. Reach out to us with questions!

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