Vestibular Rehabilitation

Vestibular rehabilitation can help with symptoms of:

  • dizziness, lightheadedness, nausea, spinning or tilting
  • balance or visual disruption with head motion

Typical diagnoses for vestibular rehabilitation include:

  • labyrinthitis
  • vestibular neuritis
  • benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV)
  • Meniere's disease
  • bilateral vestibular dysfunction
  • central vestibular dysfunction
Many individuals experience episodes of vestibular disorders at some point in their lives. If the vestibular system is damaged, it disrupts the normal relationship of head and eye movements as well as the perception of center and postural adjustments needed to maintain your balance.

Persons with this disorder may experience dizziness, spinning, decreased balance, jumpy vision, nausea and decreased postural control. This can result in secondary symptoms including decreased energy levels, frustration and anxiety. Most individuals recover from a vestibular disorder quickly because the vestibular system is very adaptable.

About Beaumont's vestibular rehabilitation program:

Beaumont's vestibular rehabilitation program is designed to decrease dizziness and restore balance, strength and postural control, along with promoting an independent lifestyle. A team of licensed physical therapists who have completed specialized training in vestibular and balance disorders conduct the vestibular rehabilitation program.

Initial evaluation includes:

  • a functional assessment to identify the symptoms and the activities contributing to your symptoms
  • assess muscle strength, function, movement and flexibility
  • assess eye/head coordination
  • identify positions and/or activities that cause symptoms
  • create an individualized program

Treatment includes exercises to:

  • teach position techniques that help reduce symptoms
  • improve balance to restore/improve functional independence and return to a normal lifestyle
  • improve strength and endurance 
  • improve stability of vision during movement 
  • stabilize movement through eye-head coordination activities

Requesting treatment

A physician's prescription is required to initiate therapy.


Beaumont offers vestibular rehabilitation at many locations throughout Southeast Michigan: 

 Belleville 
 201 Third St.
 Belleville, MI 48111
734-697-9070
 Canton
 4111 South Canton Center Rd.
 Canton, MI 48188
734-397-0496
 Dearborn 
 2552 Monroe St. 
 Dearborn, MI 48124
313-278-7800
 Farmington Hills
 28100 Grand River Ave. Suite 210
 Farmington Hills, MI 48336
248-471-8648
 Grosse Pointe
 17150 Waterloo St.
 Grosse Pointe, MI 48230
313-473-4700
 Lake Orion
 1455 South Lapeer Rd. Suite 123 
 Lake Orion, MI 48360
248-656-4330
 Novi
 28455 Haggerty Rd
 Novi, MI 48375
248-553-9550
 Redford
 15540 Beech Daly Rd
 Redford, MI 48240
313-537-1110
 Rochester Hills
 1555 East South Blvd. Suite 120
 Rochester Hills, MI 48307
248-267-5650
 Royal Oak
   - Beaumont Health Center
     4949 Coolidge Hwy. 
     Royal Oak, MI 48073
   - Beaumont Neuroscience Center
     3555 West Thirteen Mile Rd. 
     Royal Oak, MI 48073

248-655-5800


248-551-1000

 St. Clair Shores
 23715 Little Mack, Suite 200
 St. Clair Shores, MI 48080
586-447-4070
 Sterling Heights
 44300 Dequindre Rd. 
 Sterling Heights, MI 48314
248-964-0700
 Trenton
 2707 West Jefferson
 Trenton, MI 48183
734-692-5903
 Troy
 700 Tower Dr. Suite 120
 Troy, MI 48098
248-293-0888
 Wayne
 33000 Annapolis Ave. Suite 210
 Wayne, MI 48184
734-467-4134