At Physiomobility Dizziness & Balance Centre, we treat a range of conditions affecting balance & causing dizziness. We can help you to minimize or eliminate dizziness & imbalance and get back to a better life. We use research based treatments and modern technology in a clinic space dedicated to vestibular rehabilitation.
Vertigo & BPPV
Concussion & mild Head Injury (mTBI)
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Physiomobility team of health professionals consists of physiotherapists, Registered Massage Therapists, Chiropractors, and Kinesiologists. Our interdisciplinary care offering is completed by the services offered by an acupuncturist, a foot specialist/chiropodist & a psychotherapist.
Our administration team consists of caring, friendly and experienced staff proficient in a variety of office procedures including MVA, WSIB & Insurance billing. Our administration is an integral part of our dedicated team.
BPPV or vertigo is a false sensation of movement caused by head or body movement. It feels like you or the objects around you are spinning or moving. It is important to understand that vertigo or dizziness is not a disorder or disease in itself. Instead, it is a symptom of an underlying condition.
Vestibular Neuritis is an inflammatory and often viral infection which causes acute & sudden onset of vertigo and dizziness in a previously well, young or middle-aged individual that can last for days or weeks. Vestibular Neuritis typically is not accompanied by hearing loss or tinnitus (noise or ringing in the ear).
Vestibular physiotherapy is an effective treatment for BPPV (Vertigo) as well as other dizziness and balance disorders related to the vestibular (inner ear) system. Vestibular rehabilitation by Physiomobility is a science-based treatment program offered by our trained physiotherapists for dizziness & balance disorders originating from inner ear dysfunction, injuries or conditions.
Inner ear disorders are the cause of 85- 80% of dizziness complaints. Inner ear disorders can be caused by whiplash, blows to the head, viral infections, high doses of certain antibiotics, strokes or degeneration of the inner ear’s balance function, also known as the vestibular system, which often deteriorates with age. Meniere’s disease is also a common cause of dizziness.
After a comprehensive assessment, in acute vertigo (BPPV) caused by displaced particles, a vestibular physiotherapist employs appropriate re-positioning manoeuvers to reset the displaced crystal particles back in the vestibular canal. In many cases, this is enough treatment. Although very frightening, but vertigo does not usually signify any serious disease.
Concussion is a mild traumatic brain injury that occurs after a direct or indirect impact injury to the head such as whiplash, a fall or sports injuries. Most of concussion injuries cause mild symptoms such as headache, blurred vision, or sensitivity to light and noise. Symptoms usually recover within a few weeks. If symptoms persist, or vestibular symptoms such as dizziness develop, an assessment is warranted.
Online and in-person workshops to educate our clients and our community on common causes of dizziness and balance impairment and how physiotherapists can treat these conditions. Sign up for one of our online workshops if you or someone you know experiences dizziness and balance impairments and want to learn how to manage it and prevent falls and injuries.
Nearly 25% of people older than 65-year-old fall at least once a year and more than half of them do not report this to their family and doctor. Once you have a fall due to loss of balance, your chances of falling again doubles. As one age, the fear of falling deters them from partaking in various activities, especially if they have fallen before and received a serious injury.
We do not need a referral from a doctor for assessment and treatment. However, we encourage our patients to visit their primary care provider to rule out more serious causes for dizziness. After an assessment, we may refer you back to your physician for more testing or a referral to a specialist if needed or if your progress is not as expected. Your family physician is an important member of your care team. With your permission, we will communicate your plan of care and your progress with your doctor.
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We use phone or video consultation to answer your questions and learn more about your condition and your goals. to ensure that we can help you in acheiving your goals and our services are suitable for you. This consultation is free of charge and is aimed to find a practitioner whose expertise and experience best matches your condition. complete the attached form and tell us how we can help.
Rehabilitation programs after knee, hip and shoulder replacement are covered by OHIP in our clinic. Call our office for more information.
A variety of conditions are treated by physiotherapists at home or through online video sessions:
AS ESSENTIAL HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS, WE REMAIN OPEN FOR IN-CLINIC TREATMENTS DURING THE PROVINCE WIDE EMERGENCY BREAK ANNOUNCED ON APRIL 01, 2021
Physiomobility continues to remain open and is not part of the lockdown. We continue to have rigorous disinfection policies and procedures in place to ensure the safety of our community and are open for patient in-person visits with all of our practitioners.
Virtual appointments are available and encouraged for those who are at a heightened risk of illness.
We remain focused on our quality of care & our continued commitment to helping our patients feel their best. For further assistance, you can contact us at 416-444-4800 during our opening hours.
The Physiomobility Team