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Begin Working Out Here!

Begin Here! Returning to workout can be difficult. It’s important to take it slowly and start somewhere you feel most comfortable. I have selected a few workouts for you to complete before you start in the group, if you choose. All workouts are completely and totally modifiable, but these are curated to be a little bit easier and …

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What If I Feel Dizzy Laying Down?

The vestibular system is incredibly complex and in a perfect world it tells you, with impeccable accuracy, where you are in relationship to the rest of the world. It acts as a gyroscope – this means it measures angular velocity and maintains a perfect upright posture (plus, your vestibular system also measures linear velocity). It’s …

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Best Neck Stretches for Vestibular Dysfunction

Vestibular disorders, especially Vestibular Migraine, can cause neck pain and cervicogenic dizziness. However, thankfully, these are both manageable with vestibular physical therapy and cervical (neck) physical therapy. The neck is a complex group of muscles, bones, joints, and other soft tissues that can easily make you feel ‘off’ or out of place. Luckily, that feeling …

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What is Bilateral Vestibular Hypofunction

Your vestibular system is a vitally important structure located in your inner ear. It is responsible for balance, equilibrium, spatial awareness, and more. It is connected to the cochlea and depends on fluid, nerves, and ear crystals (otoconia) for function. Vestibular hypofunction is a common dysfunction and means that your vestibular system is functioning ‘less’ …

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