Beaumont Hospital - Farmington Hills
28050 Grand River Ave.
Farmington Hills, MI 48336-5919
(248) 471-8000
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Rehabilitation Services

Vestibular Rehabilitation

Many individuals experience episodes of vestibular disorders (balance disorders) at some point in their lives. This is usually caused by disturbances to various components of the ear. Persons with this disorder may experience dizziness, decreased balance, and decreased postural control.

In addition to hearing, ears work with our eyes to provide balance. Signals are sent to the brain via the eyes and ears indicating what position a person is in. Damage to the eyes and/or ear may send incorrect signals to the brain, resulting in imbalance or decreased postural control.

The Vestibular Rehabilitation Program is for individuals who have a medical diagnosis of vestibular disorders. This program is designed to decrease dizziness and restore balance, strength, and postural control, along with promoting an independent lifestyle.

Who can benefit?
The Vestibular Rehabilitation Program might be right for you if you experience any of the following symptoms:

About the program:
Initial Evaluation:



About the therapist:
A team of licensed Physical Therapists who have completed specialized training in vestibular and balance disorders conduct the Vestibular Rehab Program.

View video about Vestibular Rehab Program

To start Vestibular Rehabilitation: Your physician can make an assessment and write a prescription for a physical therapy evaluation.  

This therapy program is offered at:

Beaumont Hospital - Farmington Hills
Professional Center South (on hospital campus)
28100 Grand River, Suite 210
Farmington Hills, MI 48336
(248) 471-8648

Botsford Center for Rehabilitation and Health Improvement - Redford (BCRHI)
15540 Beech Daly
Redford, MI 48240
(313) 537-1110

Botsford Center for Rehabilitation - Infinity
28455 Haggerty Road
Novi, MI 48375
(248) 553-9550


For more information regarding vestibular disorders, contact your physician or call us at (313) 537-1110.