Vestibular Rehabilitation

Vestibular Rehabilitation



Vestibular Rehab is designed by physical therapy specialists and helps individuals recover from or adjust to conditions affecting portions of the body responsible for balance and visual stability—the brain and inner ear. Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is the most common vestibular disorder. BPPV is thought to be due to calcium carbonate crystal debris collecting in the semicircular canals. Treatment involves a series of head movements to relocate the debris out of the canals.




  • Vertigo, spinning
  • Frequent falls, fear of falling
  • Imbalance or the need to hold onto something
  • Trouble standing, walking, or climbing stairs
  • Trouble getting into and out of a car
  • Using a cane, walker, or crutches
  • Back, hip, knee, or ankle weakness
  • Dizziness or blurry vision with head movements
  • Headaches, generalized dizziness
  • Neck tightness, stiffness, and pain



CALL or FAX your referral to:


UP Rehab Services | Kingsford

P: 906-776-9003| F: 906-776-9063


UP Health System-Rehab Services | Marquette
P: 906-225-5900 | F: 906-225-5939


UP Health System-Rehab Services | Negaunee
P: 906-475-6441 | F: 906-475-6445


Munising Hospital Outpatient Rehab
P: 906-387-4110 | F: 906-387-6622