ProCare Balance: Your Partner in Overcoming Balance Disorders

  • Vertigo & Dizziness
    Vertigo & Dizziness

    This is a sensation of feeling off balance, often characterized by a spinning sensation. It can be associated with nausea, vomiting, and problems with balance.

  • Benign Postural Positional Vertigo
    Benign Postural Positional Vertigo

    A condition causing brief episodes of mild to intense dizziness triggered by specific changes in the position of your head. This can occur when rolling over in bed or looking up, and can greatly impact your quality of life.

  • Neuritis Imbalance
    Neuritis Imbalance

    Inflammation of the nerves of the balance system (vestibulocochlear neurons) can lead to a sense of imbalance. This can result in a range of symptoms from mild unsteadiness to debilitating balance issues, affecting your ability to perform routine tasks.

  • Increased Falls Frequency
    Increased Falls Frequency

    Patients with vestibular and balance problems may experience more frequent falls, often due to these balance disorders. This can lead to injuries, fear of falling, and a decrease in physical activity, impacting overall health.

  • Fear of Falling
    Fear of Falling

    This is an excessive worry about falling that can limit physical and social activities. This fear can lead to a cycle of reduced activity, increasing the risk of falls. Fear can be paralyzing and its impact may be underestimated.

  • Problems With Walking
    Problems With Walking

    Difficulties with walking can stem from a variety of conditions, often related to balance and coordination. This can affect your ability to move around freely, impacting your independence and quality of life.

  • Neurological Conditions
    Neurological Conditions

    A stroke occurs when the blood supply to part of your brain is interrupted or reduced, often leading to difficulties with balance and coordination. This can result in a range of mobility issues, from mild unsteadiness to severe balance disorders.

  • Parkinson’s Disease
    Parkinson’s Disease

    Parkinson’s disease (PD) belongs to a group of conditions called motor system disorders, which are the result of the loss of dopamine-producing brain cells.

  • Multiple Sclerosis
    Multiple Sclerosis

    A disease in which the immune system damages the protective covering of nerves, often affecting balance and mobility. This can lead to difficulties with walking, coordination, and maintaining balance, impacting daily activities.

ProCare Balance Center is here to help you regain control, restore balance, and reclaim your life.
Contact us today to start your journey to better balance.