Vertigo is a symptom resulting from a range of different diseases and conditions in which the inner ear becomes damaged, inflamed, or infected. Some brain conditions can also cause vertigo; however, such conditions are less common than those affecting the inner ear. Vertigo is typically caused by problems within the inner ear and is primarily attributed to the following:
- Vestibular neuronitis
- Meniere’s Disease
- Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)
- Migraine headaches
- Head injuries or trauma
- Surgery of the ear
- Perilymphatic fistula
- Acoustic neuroma
- Multiple Sclerosis
Vertigo and Dizziness in Monmouth & Ocean County
At Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation in Shrewsbury, Freehold, Wall, & Lacey NJ, our professionals expertly handle cases of Vertigo daily and provide relief from the debilitating symptoms of dizziness to the community we serve. Our entire staff works together to provide every possible option for rehabilitation.
Our approach revolves around the idea of helping patients avoid unnecessary surgeries and medication, therefore reducing further damage and stress on the body. If you are looking for real relief from Vertigo and live in Monmouth or Ocean County contact Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation today!
NJ Treatment Options for Vertigo
Patients suffering with Vertigo and dizziness can find relief with the help of our specially trained Physical Therapists. There are a number of exercises that can be performed to improve the symptoms of vertigo including the following:
Contact Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation and schedule your free consultation at our Shrewsbury, Freehold, Wall, & Lacey office and take a proactive approach to finding real long-term pain relief. We look forward to helping with all your rehabilitation needs and more specifically physical therapy for vertigo. Please feel free to contact us directly by calling (732)-345-1377 or by emailing us using the Contact Form below. Please note that a referral is not necessary for your first visit.
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