Vestibular treatments The type of treatment which is prescribed for vestibular conditions will depend upon the symptoms, general health, and past medical conditions, diagnostic test results and a physical examination by a qualified doctor. Furthermore, to treat any underlying disease which can be contributing to the balance disorder, these treatments can be followed: Evidence has shown that the vestibular rehabilitation will be effective in order to improvise symptoms related to many other vestibular (inner ear/balance) conditions. One or two people with vestibular conditions usually experience problems with dizziness, vertigo, visual disturbance, and/or imbalance. These are the problems which rehabilitation will be aimed to address. Other symptoms which can also arise are secondary to vestibular conditions such as vomiting or nausea, fatigue and reduced ability to concentrate or focus. Symptoms which are due to vestibular conditions will be diminishing the quality of life and it can also impact aspects of daily living. They can also contribute towards emotional conditions like depression and anxiety. Furthermore, the main outcome of having a vestibular disorder is that the symptoms will be frequently causing patients to adopt an inactive or sedentary lifestyle to avoid worsening or bringing on, imbalance or dizziness. Which will result in, decreased muscle flexibility and strength, reduced stamina, increased joint stiffness may occur. WHAT IS VESTIBULAR REHABILITATION? Vestibular rehabilitation (VR), or vestibular rehabilitation therapy (VRT) is a specialized sort of therapy which is intended towards alleviating both the primary and secondary problems which are caused by vestibular disorders.