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Vertigo is a sensation of spinning or dizziness,

often caused by issues in the inner ear or brain.

It creates a false perception that either the individual or

their surroundings are moving when they are not.



Vertigo is not a disease itself but rather a symptom that can result from various underlying conditions. It falls under the broader category of dizziness, but it is distinct in that it specifically involves a false sense of rotational movement. People experiencing vertigo often feel as though the room is spinning around them, leading to balance issues and a risk of falling.

The benefits of physiotherapy for vertigo extend beyond just symptom relief. Here are some of the key advantages:

  • Improved Balance and Mobility: VRT can significantly enhance a person’s balance and overall mobility, reducing the risk of falls and improving the ability to perform daily activities.

  • Reduced Dependence on Medication: Physiotherapy can decrease the need for medications, which often come with side effects.

  • Enhanced Quality of Life: By managing and reducing vertigo symptoms, patients can enjoy a better quality of life with more confidence in their movements.

  • Long-Term Relief: Unlike some treatments that only provide temporary relief, physiotherapy aims to address the root cause of vertigo, offering more sustainable results.

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