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It is estimated that 40% of the population, at some point in their lifetime, will experience some form of balance or vestibular disorder (NIDCD, 2015).

Over the span of 10 years—when looking at the diagnostic code of “Dizziness and Giddiness” (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/National Center for Health Statistics, 2016)—1,653,000 patients were first seen in primary care settings; 355,000 were seen in surgical specialty offices; 394,000 were seen in medical specialty offices; 208,000 were seen in hospital outpatient departments; and 853,000 were seen in hospital emergency departments

Dizziness itself is not a disease but a symptom. At Trame Vestibular Rehab, we develop an individualized treatment plan to address the core issue causing imbalance and dizziness.

Common conditions we treat are:

  • Positional Vertigo (BPPV)
  • Reduced Inner Ear Functioning
  • Labyrinthitis
  • Vestibular Neuritis
  • Sensitivity to motion
  • Visual motion disturbance
  • Dizziness following a stroke, head trauma or concussion
  • Imbalance/ dizziness following ear surgery

75% of Americans older than 70 years are diagnosed as having “abnormal” balance. 

Older adults often falsely believe that falling is a fact of aging. It doesn’t have to be. Treatment can reduce the risk of falling and serious injury or hospitalization. Falling once increases your chance for a second fall and one out of five falls causes a serious injury such as broken bones or a head injury (cdc.gov).

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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!