Personal Approach

Dizziness itself is not a disease but a symptom.

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Betsy Trame

Betsy received her Certificate in Vestibular Rehab in 2006.
She completed her training at Emory University, Department of Rehab Medicine, under renowned physical therapist Dr. Susan Herdman. Since that time, she has dedicated her physical therapy practice solely to patients with vestibular disorders.

Our Practice

At Trame Vestibular Rehab, LLC, our Mission is to improve and restore quality of life for those with imbalance and/or dizziness. Our core values are:

  • integrity
  • excellence
  • compassion
  • kindness
  • humor

We treat the core condition that causes symptoms of dizziness and imbalance with an individualized treatment plan developed after an initial assessment. Often patients are improved after a 4 to 8 week program.

Visit the services page to see conditions we commonly treat.


Did you know that your balance doesn’t have to get worse as you age?
Despite this, millions of adults over 65 fall each year, and one in four never tells his or her doctor! (
We strive to reduce the likelihood of a fall at all ages. Ask us how we can help!


Bluffton University, MBA, 2013

Emory University, Department of Rehab Medicine, PT, 2006

Medical College of Ohio, BS, PT, 1993

Bowling Green State University, Master of Education, 1983; BS Education, 1977

PT License: OH006504


Vestibular Disorders Association (VEDA)

American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)

Neurological and Private Practice Sections of the APTA

Vestibular Special Interest Group of the APTA

Falls and Balance Special Interest Group of the APTA

MidAmerican Rehabilitation Network

Ohio Physical Therapy Association

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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!