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Dizziness & Vertigo Exercise Video Library

When you experience vertigo and dizziness, a trained vestibular practitioner (usually a physiotherapist or physician) can help you to control acute symptoms. However, simple exercises will help you regain your balance faster. For more chronic dizziness or conditions such as Ménière’s disease, vertigo(BPPV), or other inner ear problems, these simple exercises are even more important.

These exercises should be done a few times during the day and when you are not tired. You may get dizzy when you do these exercises and always consult your doctor or therapist before starting these exercises. 

Learn How Dizziness Is Treated by A Physiotherapist

Balance Exercise (Intermediate level)

DIZZINESS & VERTIGO EXERCISES

We have created a library of exercises that includes progressive exercises for clients who suffer from vertigo, dizziness and other inner ear conditions causing imbalance. Dizziness exercises can be done anywhere and anytime using simple equipment such as a chair, a foam, and can be progressed to more unstable surfaces such as a busu ball or trampoline. These exercises are only a fraction of a comprehensive exercise program for dizziness and are meant as a reference for our patients to complement their in-clinic sessions.
YOU SHOULD ONLY DO THESE EXERCISES AFTER CONSULTING A VESTIBULAR THERAPIST AND FOLLOW YOUR THERAPISTS INSTRUCTIONS. 

Dizziness Level 1

Basic exercises for dizziness & vertigo

Dizziness Level 2

Exercises for dizziness & vertigo

Dizziness Level 3

Exercises for dizziness & vertigo

Vestibular-Balance Exercises

Advanced level exercises for dizziness & vertigo

Dizziness Level 4

Advanced level exercises for dizziness & vertigo

Balance-Advanced level

Advanced level Balance Exercise session

DISCLAIMER

All exercise videos shared on our website are intended as a reference for our patients. Please follow the instructions given by your therapist/practitioner. As with all exercise programs, when using these videos, use common sense.

By performing the exercises featured in these videos without consulting our clinical team, you are performing them at your own risk. 

 PHYSIOMOBILITY HEALTH GROUP WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR ANY INJURY, AGGRAVATION OF YOUR SYMPTOMS OR HARM YOU MAY SUSTAIN AS A RESULT OF PERFORMING THESE EXERCISES WITHOUT PROPER ASSESSMENT AND INSTRUCTIONS. CONSULT YOUR TRUSTED HEALTH PRACTITIONER PRIOR TO STARTING ANY EXERCISE PROGRAM IF YOU HAVE ANY HEALTH CONDITION. 

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AS ESSENTIAL HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS, WE REMAIN OPEN FOR IN-CLINIC TREATMENTS DURING THE PROVINCE WIDE EMERGENCY BREAK ANNOUNCED ON APRIL 01, 2021

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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. 

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