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Dizziness & Balance

Specializing in the evaluation & treatment of vertigo and balance disorders

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"These people are terrific. This is a place of healing"

James Bell, Bloomington, IL

Dizziness & Balance - Rocks in my Ears!
Yes, there is such a thing as “rocks” in your ears! You may have even heard people talk about having rocks in their ears that literally made their world spin. The inner ear is the farthest part of the ear. It is housed deep inside the skull bone and is not visible from the outside ... read more
Pack it Light and Wear it Right - Back Pack Awareness
More than 40 million students in the United States carry backpacks. According to one study, six out of ten students 9 to 20 years of age reported chronic back pain related to back packs. Follow the simple steps while shopping for back to school.
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Physical Therapy for my Pelvis? Women's Health
Kegal exercises are frequently discussed in child birth classes or written about in magazine articles. Pelvic floor muscles support the uterus, bladder and bowel. Unfortunately, because pelvic muscles are deep and hidden from view, it is difficult to know if you are doing exercises correctly ... read more
Dizziness & Balance: Could it be Your Neck?
Dizziness and balance issues are a common complaint that can be difficult to diagnose because there are many different causes.  People often suffer unnecessarily because and it can take some time to go through the process of exploring the various possibilities in order to determine ... read more
The Psycological Impact of Vestibular Disorders
In our work with patients suffering from vestibular disorders, it has become quite clear to us that the physical disability is oftentimes just one component of their entire experience.  To be sure, people with vestibular disorders are disabled in every sense of the word – psychologically as well as physically ... read more
"Physical Therapy For Your Ears?"
Many people assume that someone who wears a hearing aid can hear perfectly.  Surprisingly, this is simply not true.  The ears (and hearing aids) are just a stop along the way to the auditory cortex of the brain, which interprets sounds and tells us what to do with that sound ... read more
Balance Problems... I'm So Dizzy
Dizziness is more common than most people think. In fact it's the second most common complaint that physicians hear from their patients, second only to lower back pain. The National Institute of Health statistics show that at least 70% of all individuals in the US will be affected by dizziness or balance ... read more
Parkinson's and Exercise
Parkinson’s Disease (PD) occurs when nerve cells, or neurons, in an area of the brain that controls the central nervous system become impaired and slowly die. Normally, these neurons produce an important brain chemical known as dopamine, but when the neurons waste away, they produce less and less dopamine. Without dopamine, messages cannot be sent from the brain to the muscles. ... read more
Seasonal Vertigo Sufferers...

Severe spring storms, violent tornados, and hurricane season are especially difficult for millions suffering from “seasonal vertigo.” Weather changes can bring on debilitating migraines and sufferers report having the ability to predict these weather and barometric changes before the storms hit. ... read more