vestibular PT work?

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hello, so i have dizzness/lightheadness/cant focus since years. It goes and comes. i just found out about vestibular migraines on this website as all my tests came back good. im going to a dizzy clinic in Jan to hopefully find some help or get some exercises. Its just physiotheaprists who specalize in dizzy issues and a big training centre .

so did anybody try vestibular PT before and if so did it help?

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    I tried it but it didn't help. I think I have occipital neuralgia which is an issue with a nerve in my head. Look it up.

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    Yes vestibular rehab does help. you must do the exercises every day, even if you are not dizzy that day. You gotta keep moving. Good luck!

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      never stop rehabing. it wont happen over night and it is hard to gauge improvement. also, get creative with it. sports, juggling. I started skateboarding. improves my balance.

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      thanks for all replies. i go to a dizzy clinic on jan 8 for hopefully some answers. i was going to start some rehab myself from youtube videos but im kind of nervous about starting before i see somebody as afraid i make myself worst

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    thanks victoria. i wonder how something so sinple works

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    yeah, I do those every day. Also up and down.

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    hey everybody. so i either have vestibular migraines or PPPD. i have home exercises to do. after i do them i feel very sick and nausea... is this normal?

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