The Vestibular System is the sensory system which provides our sense of balance and special orientation, for the purpose of coordinating movement and balance. Vestibular rehabilitation is usually a combination of a vestibular repositioning maneuver and an exercise- based program, to improve balance and reduce dizziness related problems. While dizziness and vertigo are generally not serious health risks, it can cause massive suffering and life-altering consequences to the patient. The rehabilitation program at Leon Chiropractic is cutting edge and helps patients who suffer from:
Dr. Jared Leon evaluates each patient thoroughly in an effort to specifically diagnose and treat conditions of the vestibular system.
The initial goal of your treatment plan is to correct the vestibular deficits that were found upon examination. This will allow the start of the healing process; to recreate vestibular adaptations and enable your vertiginous symptoms to improve. This will help you to regain your normal life, improve your ability to function in your daily activities, reduce your risk of falling and ultimately improve your global well-being.
Infrared video goggles are able to improve research and patient care via accurate assessment and treatment of vertigo, dizziness, and feelings of imbalance. It can help aid the treatment of disorders such as: Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo, Meniere’s Disease, Post-Stroke and Central Disorders, Visual Vertigo, and more!
Invisible infrared lights can illuminate the eyes of a patient suffering from vertigo and assist in the differential diagnosis between central and peripheral vestibular disorders. Infrared Video Goggles can help a vestibular rehabilitation researcher or clinician diagnose and review treatment options for patients suffering from vertigo.
The Motion Guidance system provides instant visual feedback when performing exercises. Studies have shown that integrating visual feedback external cues allows for superior learning and engagement. MG Lasers were created to visually see your body’s movement and improve your rehabilitation!
The Motion Guidance Concept is simple: maximize patient experience by adding real-time feedback with visual external cues, to enhance virtually any aspect of rehabilitation. Whether you want to encourage a gain in range of motion, specific control of motion, or isolate motion, Motion Guidance offers enhanced solutions!