Union PT has specialists in Vestibular Rehabilitation who can help to manage dizziness, vertigo and issues with balance and orientation. This includes the treatment of BPPV or positional vertigo, vestibular neuritis, labyrinthitis, cervicogenic dizziness, and post-concussion syndromes.We are able to use diagnose positional vertigo or BPPV and treat this using the Epley maneuver and other laboratory or repositioning maneuvers.

Post Traumatic Dizziness requires a special set of skills to manage. Because all of our vestibular rehab specialists are also excellent orthopedic therapists we are able to offer a holistic approach to the treatment of vertigo and dizziness that is secondary to a traumatic injury such as a motor vehicle accident.

We utilize treatments from the latest research that integrate all of the systems that you use for balance and orientation.

Vestibular dysfunction, and dizziness are invisible disabilities and are poorly managed by the general medical community. We understand these issues and will be able to provide you with practical solutions to help you meet your goals.

  • Why is the World Spinning?  BPPV and Positional Dizziness  

    Understand BPPV, Learn BPPV “exercises”, and Overcome Vertigo When Lying Down or Getting Up.-     What is BPPV?    BPPV stands for Benign Positional Paroxysmal Vertigo.  It is also referred to simply as “positional vertigo” and is the name of a condition which causes temporary episodes of dizziness with certain head movements.  The problem originates […]