Vestibular Physiotherapy in Vancouver​

Get relief from dizziness and vertigo with our personalized vestibular rehab program

Our Physiotherapists are experienced in differentiating symptoms and providing evidence-based treatment strategies to help you manage your vestibular, visual, and proprioceptive systems. We have advanced training in Vestibular Rehabilitation and understand the complexities of dizziness, vertigo, and post-concussion issues.

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Our Approach to Vestibular Physiotherapy

Our Physiotherapists have advanced training in Vestibular Rehabilitation. We can differentiate where your dizziness is coming from, provide evidence-based treatment and self-management strategies, and support your vestibular, visual, and proprioceptive systems.

Symptoms can occur spontaneously or as a result of trauma or infection. Vestibular disorders can be dysfunction of the inner ear, the vestibular nerve or from head trauma. Your therapist will ask you a variety of questions about your experience of dizziness, vertigo, and/or balance issues to determine the source of your symptoms. Your therapist will perform different tests that may assess your head and eye movements, balance, motion sensitivity, and overall movement and strength.

Common Conditions Treated Include

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Benefits of Vestibular Treatment

Dizziness is not normal, or something you should have to live with. So book in with one of our vestibular trained Physiotherapists to start improving your quality of life today!

We Offer Direct Billing

Meet Our Vestibular Specialists

Learn more about the amazing team behind Reformotiv

REF Team Kendall Segin

Kendall Segin

(she/her) Kendall Segin completed her Masters of Physical Therapy at UBC in 2015. Prior to this, she received her Bachelors of Science with Honours in

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Read About Our Patient Successes

Brian H
Brian H
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Today, three weeks or so after my first appointment I can say that Vertigo, from which I suffered for the past many years, and which apparently was a factor in a broken leg a few years ago, and a compression fracture of my back nine months ago, is seemingly completely resolved. I have not felt more steady on my 73 year old feet in I don’t know low long. Karen also uncovered lingering balance damage as a result of untreated soft tissue injury related to my broken fibula a few years ago and is now working on this.

Frequently Asked Questions

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The duration of a vestibular physiotherapy session varies depending on the patient’s condition and treatment plan. Typically, a session lasts 55 minutes for the initial assessment and 25-40 minutes for follow-up appointments.

During a vestibular physiotherapy session, your physiotherapist will perform a thorough medical history, discuss your concerns and goals, evaluation of your condition and develop a personalized treatment plan. The treatment may involve a range of exercises and techniques, including eye and head movements, balance training, and specific exercises to improve coordination and reduce dizziness.

The time it takes to see results from vestibular physiotherapy varies depending on the severity of the condition and your response to treatment. Some patients may see improvements after only 1 session, while others may require more extended treatment.

Most extended health insurance plans cover physiotherapy services, including vestibular physiotherapy. However, coverage varies depending on the insurance provider and the patient’s plan. We recommend checking with your insurance provider to determine your coverage.

A referral from a doctor is not required to receive vestibular physiotherapy. However, some insurance providers may require a referral for coverage. We recommend checking with your insurance provider to determine your coverage requirements.

Ready to book an appointment?

If you’re tired of feeling helpless and frustrated with dizziness, vertigo, or post-concussion issues, our Vestibular Physiotherapy Services can help. Take charge of your health today and join us for relief from dizziness, vertigo and balance problems!

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