What are the symptoms?

You may also experience other symptoms including:

  • A spinning sensation (frequently with changes in head position)
  • Poor balance
  • Nausea
  • Motion sensitivity (quicker movements provoke dizziness)
  • Headaches
  • Sensitivity to bright lights and noises
  • Decreased tolerance of crowds
  • Blurring of vision with head movements
  • Difficulty watching TV or movies
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How do Vestibular disorders affect people?

Vestibular disorders can affect people of all ages and can vary from mild symptoms to severe debilitating symptoms. Vestibular disorders are most commonly caused by:

  • Head trauma (motor vehicle accidents, falls, sports injuries)
  • Inner ear infections
  • Illness or disease
  • Aging
  • Certain medications
  • Stroke and Brain Injury
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Vestibular rehabilitation

MOTIONrehab Vestibular Rehabilitation

MOTIONrehab® offers vestibular rehabilitation which is a personalised exercise-based treatment including the following. For individuals with BPPV (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo) a manual reposition manoeuver can also be effective in relieving symptoms. This would be identified during your assessment.

  • Balance and postural control exercises
  • Specific vestibular or habituation exercises
  • Exercises to improve visual or gaze stability (adaptation exercises)
  • A supervised and/or home exercise program for self-management
  • Fall prevention advice and education
  • Re-conditioning activities to return to day to day activities.

MOTIONrehab can help with

  • Balance
  • Hand & arm function
  • Leg & foot function
  • Walking
  • Spasticity & spasms
  • Posture management
  • Pain
  • Cognitive difficulties
  • Transfer abilities
  • Provision of equipment
  • Support school, work, sport or leisure
  • Family/carer education

Specialist Rehabilitation

Motionrehab have specialist expertise in all areas of neurological rehabilitation, ultilising hands-on treatment and using evidence-based rehabilitation robotics and technology. After a bespoke assessment MOTIONrehab provide tailored rehabilitation programmes to optimise the individual’s overall well-being and functional independence. The specific interventions will vary based on the individual’s unique needs and goals.

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Our services

MOTIONrehab accepts national and international referrals. Clients are able to self-refer or alternatively MOTIONrehab accepts referrals from Consultants, GP’s Private Insurance Companies, Personal Injury Claims, CHC, IFR. MOTIONrehab is happy to work in partnership with your GP, Consultant or other health professionals. MOTIONrehab’s services include:

For more information about how MOTIONrehab can help with vestibular rehabilitation, speak to our Customer Services Team

Pioneering Intensive Neurological Rehabilitation Centres

In April 2018, MOTIONrehab pioneered intensive neurological rehabilitation augmented with Robotics and VR by launching the UK’s first intensive neurological rehabilitation centre based in Leeds.

The pioneering concept offers specialist one-to-one hands-on therapy from experienced and highly skilled clinicians and uniquely accompanied by high intensity specialist rehabilitation training with robotic, virtual reality and sensor-based devices. This allows patients to practice high repetitions of movements which is critical to neuroplasticity and recovery.

Our evidence-based approach helps our patients reach their potential faster and is endorsed by the recent Stroke Guidelines which were updated in 2023.

The success achieved by our patients adopting this approach has resulted in MOTIONrehab opening further clinics in Hull and new for 2024 in Doncaster to allow more patients to reach their potential.

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Frequently asked questions

Neurological rehabilitation facilitates the treatment of patients with nervous system or neurological diseases or injury. Rehabilitation aims to increase function, reduce debilitating symptoms, and improve a patient’s quality of life. The types of rehabilitation treatments recommended depend on the areas of the body affected by the neurological condition.

To make an appointment please ring MOTIONrehab Client Services Team on 0800 8600 138 or email: info@MOTIONrehab.co.uk. Alternatively fill out our simple contact form on this page and a member of our client services team will get back to you.

No. You do not need a referral to come to MOTIONrehab. You can self-refer to MOTIONrehab. We work in partnership with other rehabilitation health professionals around the region and are happy to work with the NHS and the private sector. Our large network and knowledge of the rehabilitation sector enables us to access other professionals (such as Occupational Therapists, Orthotists, Seating Specialists) to integrate seamlessly with your physiotherapy treatment.

On arrival you will be provided with our Terms and Conditions of Business and the relevant consent forms to agree to treatment. If you would like to receive these in advance of your appointment please contact our Client Services Team on 0800 8600 138. and they will assist you. If received in advance please bring the completed document with you to the first appointment.

As part of your initial assessment, your physiotherapist will need to take details of your medical history, present condition, allergies/sensitivities and current medications. Please come to the appointment in comfortable clothing, for example, shorts, t-shirt, and trainers.

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For more information about how MOTIONrehab can help with vestibular rehabilitation, please feel free to get in touch with us by giving us a call, or alternatively fill out the form here and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

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