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Hey everyone. Last day my husband fainted when he was doing his exercise. Immediately we took him to the nearby clinic and the doctor told that he lost his inner ear balance. My husband told us that he used to experience dizziness, vertigo and balance disturbance at times. Our doctor told us about a physiotherapy treatment from a clinic in Toronto. He told us to ask for vestibular rehabilitation can be used to overcome these symptoms. He also added that Vestibular rehabilitation can be used both as an alternative to surgery and an addition to surgery for inner ear conditions. And he also told us to ask the physiotherapist to design a series of head, neck and eye exercises to help retrain your central nervous system to compensate for the inner ear problems. Will this really help? Is this kind of physiotherapy can really heal my husband's dizziness?
Is there anyone who has undergone this physiotherapy before?

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