Vertigo is related to your inner ear, which helps you keep your balance. 

If you experience dizziness, a sense of your surroundings spinning or moving, loss of balance, nausea, vomiting, blurred or distorted vision, you may have a Vertigo. 


These symptoms begin when you change the position of your head. They can happen when you lie down or sit up, or when you look up or down.


Vestibular rehabilitation is a separate physical therapy branch that successfully provides treatment for patients with vertigo and balance issues. 

Our physical therapy director, Valery Shternberg, one of the leading specialists in vestibular rehabilitation, helped hundreds of patients over the last decade. 

At Global Clinic, we use a comprehensive approach to treat Vertigo that includes a combination of:


Video Frenzel Goggles Technology

Canalyth Repositioning Maneuvers

Vestibular, Vision, and Proprioception Exercises

Behavior Modification 

Balance Training

Mature Woman

I could not believe it when I got Vertigo for the first time. It was one of the most unpleasant experiences of my life. I was dizzy, nauseous, and unable to walk without holding on to my husband. Driving was out of the question. Luckily, I knew that at Global Clinic, they had a therapist that specializes in vertigo treatment. I felt almost back to normal after only one treatment. I had to come back for two more sessions, and now my Vertigo is completely gone.

- Sophie -