Balance and Vestibular
Usually, balance is something that your body does automatically. Sometimes you take for granted how you rely on balance to get out of a chair, walk, bend over, put on your shoes, wash your hair and drive a car. Just about every daily activity from work to leisure requires balance.
If you're having problems with balance, it could cause a major disruption in your daily life. You may feel unsteady, feel dizzy (which can last from several seconds to several days) or have recently fallen. This can increase your risk for falls and broken bones, shorten your attention span, disrupt normal sleep patterns and cause extreme fatigue.
Although it seems common, loss of balance and mobility are not inevitable as you grow older. You can improve your balance.
The first step is to be evaluated and learn more about your balance disorder. From there, you can work with our experienced team at HonorHealth to put together a specialized treatment plan that meets your individual needs.
A Dedicated Center
We're committed to helping you regain control of your life. The Balance and Vestibular Center at Osborn Medical Center can help you do just that.
Call us at 480-324-7408 to set up an appointment for an evaluation.
Learn more about how we test for balance disorders.