Reach Equinox Integrative Wellness Center For The Best Wellness Programs
Vertigo is a sensation of motion or spinning that is often described as giddiness, dizziness, instability, swaying while walking, falling off sensations etc. All these symptoms indicate a disorder of the balance system called “vestibular system”. It is one of the most complicated and delicate systems of the body which is connected to the inner ear. Vertigo and dizziness caused by an inner ear condition may require that you see a Vertigo Specialist Vancouver Canada; Equinox Integrative Wellness Center is the perfect option to choose.
General Signs Of Vertigo
- Ear pathology.
- Meniere’s disease.
- Acoustic neuroma.
- Third window rupture.
- Head trauma and neck injury.
- Labyrinthitis or Vestibular neuritis.
- Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo.
- Semicircular canal weakness or paresis.
Dizziness, vertigo, and imbalance can have major effects on quality of life.
Tests And Evaluations Recommended By The Vertigo Specialist Vancouver Canada At Equinox Integrative Wellness Center:
- Computerized Baseline Testing (ImPACT)
- Vestibulo-Ocular testing (VNG)
- Cerebellum and Vestibular testing
- OptoKinectic Nystagmus testing
- Saccadometric Evaluation
Nerve cells need fuel and stimulation to thrive. Our treatment is focused on providing fuel and stimulation through activities that have been shown. This may include Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation, Light of different frequency, Tone Pacer Sound of different vibration, Touch, Specific Adjustment to Joints, Balance Activities, Specific Eye Exercises, Cognitive Exercises, Physical Exercises, Nutritional Modifications (Neuro-metabolic approach), Breathing Exercises, Sensorimotor Neural Integrator System. Care is very safe, closely monitored and often fun!
The most important factor of the treatment is to “reconnect” the dysfunctional pathways through specific stimuli to improve the brain optimal functionality. This allows a better functioning of sensory integration and an appropriate consequent of motor behaviour. The more synchronous the “timing belt” of the brain, the more fuel-efficient and recognizable the behaviour or action.