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Dizziness and Balance Therapy

Dizziness and Balance Therapy in Lodi and Stockton

Dizziness and Balance Therapy in Lodi and Stockton

At Excel Physical Therapy in Lodi, CA, we know that more than 40 percent of Americans will experience dizziness or vertigo that is serious enough for them to seek medical attention. The statistics are not encouraging.

More than one half of the accidental deaths in the elderly are generated by balance related falls

More than 250,000 hip fractures a year are caused by balance related falls

More than 90 million of US population will be affected by poor balance

Dizziness and loss of balance is the number one complain in older patients

But there is hope…

According to John Hopkins research, 85% of all forms of loss of balance and dizziness can be helped once a proper diagnosis is obtained.

Sometimes the patients visit three-four physicians and undergo multiple tests until they are finally seen in our clinic. We don’t underestimate the importance of prevention testing but a short visit to our office will help you faster identify your problem.

Gabriel Enescu is the only certified physical therapist in Balance and Vestibular Rehabilitation in San Joaquin County. Prestigious medical centers (UCSF, Stanford, UCD) refer patients with this condition to our clinic due to our great results. With more than twenty years of experience we guarantee an improvement in your condition. 

Through our affiliation with The American Institute of Balance (www.dizzy.com), which is the leader in research and treatment, we have special expertise in diagnosing, treating and educating our patients suffering from vestibular and equilibrium issues.

Common vestibular disorders that we treat frequently include Benign Positional Vertigo, Labyrinthine infarctions, vestibular neuronitis, labyrinthitis, Meniere’s disease (an inner ear disorder) and Mal de Debarquement (disembarkment sickness also known as sea sickness and car sickness.)

Living With Balance Disorders

Diagnostic Tests Reviewed

Protocols For Successful Vestibular Rehabilitation

Treating Head Injury Impacts and Concussions

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