Vestibular and Neuromuscular Rehabilitation Programs

Concussion and traumatic brain injury (TBI) can cause invisible symptoms such as dizziness, headache, altered vision, unsteadiness, fatigue, mental fogginess and exercise intolerance that interfere with daily life activities, home, professional responsibilities and social engagement. Pain from complex traumatic injuries involving limb loss, spinal, muscular or joint injuries can also interfere with optimal recovery. Prolonged lack of regular activity can result in chronic pain and abnormal movement, creating a cycle of disability. 

Our trained physical therapists specialize in determining the triggers of these symptoms, and will design a vestibular and neuromuscular rehabilitation program to gradually reduce symptoms and restore functional mobility. The entire team of specialists at the Marcus Institute for Brain Health collaborates to analyze layers of symptoms, determine safe activity tolerance, and to educate patients and their family members for improved personal awareness and health management.​