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Vestibular Rehabilitation

Roughly six million Canadians over 40 years of age suffer from some Vestibular Disorder in their lifetime associated with dizziness and vertigo. The term dizziness refers to a range of uncomfortable sensations, including feeling light-headed, feeling faint, losing your normal sense of balance, feeling woozy, and having a false feeling of your body spinning around or moving to one side. Vertigo refers more specifically to a false sense of spinning or sideways movement, which many people suffer from—namely BBPV (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo). 

Some of the most common causes of vestibular issues are Concussions, Traumatic Brain Injury, Whiplash, Neurodegenerative Disorders, Sinus Infections, and other viral illnesses, to name a few. At CBP, we use the most modern technologies to assess vestibular dysfunctions associated with trauma, concussion, whiplash, and other Neurodegenerative disorders. 

Our treatments are among the most comprehensive, multidisciplinary, and complete neurorehabilitation in Vancouver. We use Gyrostim as a source of exercise therapy for vestibular dysfunctions such as PPPD (Persistent Postural Positional Dizziness) and Mal De Debarquement Syndrome (MDDS). Contact our office for a comprehensive assessment. 

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