Vestibular Rehabilitation

Vestibular Rehabilitation2017-05-10T11:24:54+00:00

Our comprehensive Vestibular rehabilitation program is designed to assess and treat most forms of dizziness, vertigo and imbalance with state of the art equipment as well as certified and experienced vestibular therapists.

While traditional vestibular rehabilitation involves looking only at the function of the inner ear, we address multiple systems that could cause dizziness, vertigo and imbalance.  These systems include the vestibular system, or inner ear, as well as the eyes in relation to balance, cervical proprioception in relation to balance and dizziness, central or neurological causes of dizziness and often peripheral joints that contribute to balance such as the ankle, knee or hip.

By using this comprehensive approach in conjunction with regular reassessment, treatment and patient education we can expect the best success for our patients. Our goals are to increase overall quality of life, decrease risk of falls and allow continuation of leisure activities into older age.

Janine Pawley obtained her Bachelor’s in Science degree from Walsh University in 2001, followed by her DPT degree from Slippery Rock University in 2004. She grew up in Louisvillle, Ohio and attended Louisville High School where she was very active in volleyball and basketball. In her clinical practice, Janine specializes in orthopedics and neurology with an emphasis on chronic vertigo, dizziness, imbalance and headaches. She was Herdman Vestibular Certified in 2004 and in 2014 published and co-authored the book “How to Treat Your Own Dizziness, Vertigo and Imbalance in the Mature Adult and beyond”. In her free time, Janine enjoys being outdoors, especially going on beach vacations and fishing.

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