Vestibular / Concussion Management

ARC Physical Therapy+ offers the best in Vestibular Rehabilitation, Neurological/Balance Rehabilitation and Concussion Management.

Using one-on-one individualized evaluation and treatment, ARC Physical Therapy+ helps people regain normal function through an exercise-based approach.

Find this specialty offering at our Lenexa, Kansas and Kansas City, Kansas clinics or contact us for a full list of clinics who offer these services.

 

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Neurological/Balance Rehabilitation

Neurological and balance rehabilitation can help those who have difficulty with balance, weakness or walking, including those suffering from a variety of causes.

Neurological/Balance Rehabilitation can treat things like:

Concussion Management

Concussion management is an area of vestibular rehabilitation that has received additional attention lately due to the increased diagnoses of concussions in recent years.

Physical therapists can help treat:

Vestibular (Dizziness) Rehab

The vestibular system includes the parts of the inner ear and brain that process the sensory information involved with controlling balance and eye movements. If disease or injury damages these processing areas, vestibular disorders can result and you can experience acute onset dizziness or vertigo.

Vestibular rehabilitation can treat things like:

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