Vestibular impairments cause disequilibrium, blurred vision, disorientation, and vertigo which can disrupt your daily life and activities you love. Fortunately, vestibular rehabilitation through occupational therapy can help.
Occupational therapy services for these conditions may involve providing adaptive equipment, teaching alternative strategies for performing activities of daily living including adapting the home and work environments as needed for safety and efficiency, and psychological intervention for depression and anxiety.
Symptoms of Vestibular Impairment are:
- Disequilibrium or imbalance
- Disorientation in space
- Blurred vision
- Physical Deconditioning
- Social Isolation
Our specialists provide vestibular rehabilitation for vertigo, balance disorder treatment, and other vestibular problems.
I had the pleasure of being offered a position as a facility director at the same clinic that I had once started as an aide, and 12 years later, I’m just as pleased with the company and their ideals of quality vs. quantity care. PHOENIX also provides a generous yearly continuing education package as they are focused on all therapists advancing their skills in the field, and maintaining high standards for their employees. I would highly recommend working for PHOENIX to any therapist, new or experienced.