How Your Ears Affect Your Balance

Your inner ears, eyes and body all work together as part of a complex neurological system to control your equilibrium and balance. Input from your eyes, ears and body are transmitted to your brain which then decides where you are and your position in space.  If this vestibular system isn’t working properly you may experience dizziness, vertigo, imbalance, motion sickness, disequilibrium, and anxiety. Falls from poor balance can cause serious and even life-threatening injuries.

The FYZICAL Approach 

Louisania ENT offers an official FYZICAL® Therapy and Balance Center to treat problems with dizziness, vertigo and balance.

Our physical therapists will evaluate your body as a whole and track your symptoms back to the root source of the issue. Our focus is on your personalized goals. Your treatment plan will not only address your symptoms, it will provide you with the tools and strategies you need to live your life to the fullest.

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Louisania ENT Specialists FYZICAL Therapy Services

The Louisania ENT physical therapists provide you with expert evaluation and therapy services. That’s because these medical professionals have studied and received special certification for the treatment of balance, vestibular and inner ear disorders. They do more than improve balance, they restore mobility too. Every treatment plan is customized to fit your individual needs and all services are conveniently located in the Baton Rouge area. We offer:

  • Individualized Balance Therapy Programs
  • Sensory Testing and treatment using Bertec Computerized Dynamic Posturography
  • Canalith Testing and Treatment (more commonly known as “crystal problems”)
  • Oculomotor Assessment and Treatment
  • Concussion & Vestibular Therapy
  • Safe balance training using a Solo Step overhead harness and rail system, with over 100 feet of track

With 6 convenient locations around the Louisiana area, we're never far away.

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