Are you experiencing dizziness or feeling off-balance even when you’re sitting still? These symptoms can impact your daily activities and make even simple tasks challenging. Achieving balance requires coordination between different parts of the body such as our inner ears, eyes, brain, muscles, and nerves.
The inner ear has structures called semicircular canals, which contain fluid that flows over tiny hairs creating a physical sensation of movement. However, when what we see or feel doesn’t match what our inner ear senses, we may feel imbalanced or dizzy.
If you are experiencing ENT-related issues such as long-lasting dizziness or vertigo, physical therapy can help. Our physical therapy team at FYZICAL Therapy and Balance Centers can work closely with your ENT physician to address various conditions. Some of these conditions include:
- Dizziness and vertigo: Physical therapy can address balance issues and reduce symptoms of dizziness or vertigo.
- Vestibular disorders: Physical therapy can help treat conditions affecting the vestibular system, such as vestibular neuritis, labyrinthitis, and Meniere’s disease, by improving balance and coordination.
- Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders: Physical therapy can help address pain, discomfort, and difficulty with jaw movement by improving jaw mobility and reducing pain.
- Tinnitus: Physical therapy can help reduce the impact of tinnitus on daily life byreducing cervical muscle tension or TMJ disorders.
Don’t let dizziness, vertigo, or balance issues affect your quality of life. Contact us at FYZICAL Therapy and Balance Centers to schedule an appointment and let our expertly trained physical therapy team work with your physician at The ENT and Allergy Centers of Texas to resolve your issues. Our goal is to identify and address the root cause of your symptoms, provide effective treatment, and prevent them from reccurring. With improved balance, you can prevent falls and continue to enjoy your daily activities. Call (469) 701-8989 to schedule an appointment at FYZICAL Therapy and Balance Center today.