Vestibular Rehabilitation

Feeling like the world is spinning around you is miserable! Not to mention the risk of falling and reduced activity that goes along with it. Benign Paroxysmal Postural Vertigo (BPPV) is the most common cause of vertigo. The great news? It can often be successfully treated in 1-2 treatments. Other types of dizziness and vertigo can benefit from treatment as well.

Vestibular Rehabilitation is a specialized area of Physiotherapy which assesses and treats symptoms of vertigo, motion intolerance, loss of balance and visual acuity as a result of Inner Ear (Vestibular system) dysfunction. A comprehensive evaluation of the interaction of the eyes, ears, neck, and brain aspects of the system is completed.

Treatment programs are designed individually for each patient, and may include manual treatment, activities to normalize Vestibular function, and/or exercises to enhance the ability of the brain and spinal cord, to regain normal Vestibular Function.


Vestibular Rehabilitation is a well researched, comprehensive and successful form of Physiotherapy.

Swirl BPPV is very treatable!

Bryan Boorman, PT, has been certified by Emory University to treat patients with dizziness, vertigo, or disequilibrium/imbalance.

Insider tip: ensure your Vertigo practitioner uses goggles for accurate diagnosis and is a VEDA member (check out!

Physiotherapists in Alberta are primary caregivers in our health care system.

You do not need a doctor’s referral.