Welcome to the Dynamic Mobility & Balance Center blog! In this area we will provide information and research on what we treat here at Dynamic Mobility & Balance Center. In general, information will cover vestibular rehabilitation, concussion, and neurological injuries.
Vestibular Rehabilitation is a type of therapy that treats dizziness and balance issues. Many times dizziness comes from problems that arise behind the inner ear in the vestibular system. This type of dizziness can be described many ways including, but not limited to, spinning, lightheadedness, and a “woozy” feeling. This system is also a large part of balance, and impairments can make a person unsteady or even cause falling.
Concussion physical therapy can include treating issues with post injury migraines/headaches, visual issues after head trauma, neck pain, as well as dizziness and balance problems. Our focus is on returning everyone back to normal life and back to the things they love.
Neurological Rehabilitation is treatment of injuries that involve the brain or the spinal cord. These injuries can include stroke of all kinds, brain tumors, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, and spinal cord injuries to name a few. Therapy involves improving strength, learning to walk again, addressing balance and mobility problems, and working on activities of daily living such as getting into or out of bed, bathing, dressing, etc. Our goal is to maximize function and return independence as much as possible.
Stay tuned for new information every 2 – 4 weeks.
The mission of Dynamic Mobility & Balance Center is to provide quality service and exceptional patient care utilizing evidence based practice. We use compassion and expertise to return our patients to the best possible quality of life.