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Cascade Dizziness and Balance PT is a specialty physical therapy clinic focused on treating vestibular and balance problems.  By combining a caring and personalized approach with state-of-the-art expertise, we can help you return to the activities you love.

Vestibular rehabilitation therapy is focused on treating dizziness, balance and other movement problems related to dysfunction of the vestibular system or central nervous system. Problems such as vestibular neuritis (or labrynthitis), BPPV, concussions or migraines can cause dizziness in people. Using an exercise-based approach, your therapist will guide you through activities, positions and exercises to improve your function and resolve your symptoms.

Our balance training program is individually designed for people who are having difficulty navigating their usual environments, have a history of falls or who are more cautious about moving.  Balance problems can be the result of a variety of medical conditions from concussions to Parkinson’s disease.  At Cascade Dizziness and Balance PT, we treat you as an individual to achieve the best possible outcomes for your situation.

Fall prevention is a serious topic at Cascade Dizziness and Balance PT.  For people with osteoporosis, preventing falls is absolutely critical.  Our osteoporosis program is an evidence-based exercise program designed to help stop bone loss, as well as improve balance function.  Additionally, we are interested in working with people with Parkinson’s disease or other mobility-limiting diseases to help them maximize their function and prevent falls.

Additionally, Cascade Dizziness and Balance PT treats people with a variety of orthopedic problems, including hip and knee pain, low back pain, post-surgery rehab and more acute injuries.

Check out this King5 News article (with video and photos) about our clinic and services.

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