Vestibular disorders, or feelings of severe dizziness or spinning, are frightening and can often lead to injury or avoiding activities you love. Any prolonged feeling of unsteadiness is worthy of a consultation or appointment. Symptoms Symptoms of a vestibular disorder typically start suddenly. Some patients describe the feeling as the world spinning around them or…

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Many people are familiar with the diagnosis of concussions, as it is one of the more talked about injuries in current sport news. A concussion is an injury to the brain, resulting from a trauma to the head. It can affect multiple aspects of one’s health. Post Concussion Syndrome includes the multiple symptoms that linger…

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Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is defined as a chronic inflammatory disease of the central nervous system (CNS), which results in sclerotic lesions in the brain that gradually lead to motor and sensory deficits.  Overactive immune cells cause inflammation, resulting in loss of myelin in the brain and spinal cord, called demyelination, and eventually causes axonal damage…

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Coronavirus or COVID-19, can cause significant musculoskeletal and pulmonary deficits.  After a thorough assessment, testing exercise tolerance, musculoskeletal strength, active range of motion (AROM), and ADL (Activities of Daily Living) capacity, specific exercises are developed and tailored to each patient. These exercises can help increase your strength, breathing capacity, and decrease the generalized fatigue that…

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