top of page

VERTIGO

WE HELP THE NERVOUS SYSTEM REPAIR ITSELF

THROUGH OUR INNOVATIVE PROCESSES

ADULTS WHO EXPERIENCE VERTIGO THAT ARE 40 YEARS AND OLDER

NUMBER OF AMERICANS WHO HAVE EXPERIENCED SOME FORM OF VESTIBULAR DYSFUNCTION

NUMBER OF ADULTS WHO REPORT A CHRONIC PROBLEM IWTH DIZZINESS ALONE

Symptoms of chronic dizziness, vertigo, or imbalance can significantly impact a person’s ability to live their daily life and enjoy it. These symptoms can come on rapidly and be debilitating. In addition, vestibular disorders can result from dysfunction in many different areas of the nervous system. At Better Brain & Body, we understand the complexity of these disorders and are here to help.

Vertigo can be a complex condition with underlying triggers, such as inner ear issues, vestibular dysfunction, or even neurological imbalances. Our skilled functional neurology team analyzes your condition to uncover the precise factors contributing to your vertigo. By understanding the intricate connections between your brain, nervous system, and inner ear, we design personalized treatment plans tailored to your unique needs.

Most patients we see have been to countless other healthcare providers with little to no long-term solutions. At Better Brain & Body, we discuss with you extensively about your medical history, how you are feeling now, and what goals you hope to reach for the future. 

Unlike traditional approaches that often focus solely on symptom management, our approach at Better Brain & Body is comprehensive and holistic. We believe in treating the whole person, not just the condition. Our window into the brain’s functionality is achieved through an extensive physical examination. In addition, we use various neurodiagnostic tools to assess all areas of possible dysfunction and get at the root cause of the vestibular dysfunction. Through a combination of specialized exercises, targeted therapies, and advanced technologies, we aim to retrain your brain and nervous system to regain balance and alleviate vertigo.

Our innovative processes help the nervous system heal and repair itself through neuroplasticity. We do this using targeted exercises to enhance the functionality of the brain. We aim to create a personalized treatment plan that helps maximize our patient's quality of life. There is hope out there for those struggling with vestibular disorders.

 

Call us today at 704-752-8100 or click the button below to schedule a complimentary 15-minute phone consultation with our lead doctor, Dr. Alicia Brown, to see how our services may be right for you or a loved one. 

bottom of page