The vestibular system is the sensory system which contributes to our balance and our sense of spatial
    orientation which gives the input about movement and equilibrioception.

    The vestibule is the part of the inner ear where the semicircular canals converge, near to cochlea. The
    vestibular system works with the visual system to keep objects in focus when the head is moving. This
    is called the (VOR) vestibulo-ocular reflex.

    “Love Hearing Services“ specializing in vestibular rehabilitation for dizziness, disequilibrium and vertigo.
    We offer specialized assessment and treatment for all types of balance disorders.

    The causes that affect the vestibular system are:

    Meniere’s disease/Autoimmune inner ear disease
    Acoustic neuroma/Vestibular schwannoma
    Labyrinthitis/Vestibular neuritis
    Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV)
    Ramsey hunt syndrome/Herpes Zoster oticus
    Superior canal dehiscence syndrome

    In general, balance problems are usually neurological, orthopedic or sensory in nature. We commonly
    treat a wide range of inner ear disorders, neurological problems, head injuries and other traumas.

    Part of the function of the inner ear is to keep the brain informed about how the head is moving and
    where the head is with respect to gravity. The brain uses this information to make compensatory
    movements of the eyes to keep them fixed on what you are looking at.

    To maintain good health, balanced body structure is necessary. Patients who suffer from balance
    disorders often report a variety of symptoms such as imbalance, dizziness, falls and walking difficulties.

    This is due to damage to the vestibular system. New treatments and exercise programs are available
    for vestibular and other balance problems to have good results.
Vestobular Testing