Dizziness and Vertigo

Dizziness and Vertigo Treatment in Nashville, TN

Steve Kravitz Physical Therapy

I can’t even begin to describe how thankful I am that I found Steve Kravitz. He is by far the best practitioner I have come across in Nashville. I went to him with chronic pain after an accident I had over 10 years ago and have had tremendous results from his work. Steve practices physical therapy and uses craniosacral therapy and myofascial release (among other therapies) as a treatment method. A majority of the work he did with me was nerve mobilization as he described it which was extremely gentle, yet unbelievably powerful. Before seeing Steve, I had been to every doctor you can think of to try to find relief including: spine specialists, orthopedic surgeons, neurologists, psychiatrists, pain management doctors, and none of them could figure out a diagnosis. I became frustrated with traditional doctors so then I went for an exhausting number of treatments over the last 10 years to chiropractors, osteopaths, acupuncturists, rolfers, and massage therapists all with very limited results. The only person who could actually provide relief was Steve. He is always kind, professional, and patient. Steve is very intuitive and really listens to what I’m saying and even describes what he does as “listening to the body”. Needless to say, I highly recommend this practice if you are looking for a solution to your pain.
— Tara J.

●      Symptoms -

Patients typically report feeling dizzy when describing multiple symptoms. When you’re dizzy, you may feel lightheaded, disoriented, or woozy. If you feel as though the room is spinning or whirling, you may be experiencing vertigo. These feelings may be triggered or worsened by walking, standing up, or moving your head. It can be accompanied by nausea and occur so sudden or severe that you may need to lie down.

●      Causes of Dizziness and Vertigo -

Inner ear disturbance, motion sickness, and medication effects are possible causes of dizziness. Dehydration, a sudden drop in blood pressure, or getting up too quickly after lying down can make you feel dizzy. Sometimes it can be caused by an underlying health condition, such as poor circulation, infection, or injury. It’s important to recognize the way dizziness makes you feel as well as your triggers in order to find possible causes.

 

●      How to Get Relief -

Manual therapy is found to provide patient’s a significant reduction in pain and increased ability of movement. Those who suffer from dizziness and vertigo can be treated by Dr. Steve Kravitz, who uses a multidisciplinary approach to physical therapy in Nashville, Tennessee. Each treatment is gentle and non-invasive, focusing on releasing the pressure and discomfort and aiding in ultimate relief. The long term effects can conquer pain and increase a patient’s overall quality of life by restoring mobility, elasticity, and movement.

 


Schedule Your First Appointment -

Dr. Steve Kravitz of Steve Kravitz Physical Therapy provides a multidisciplinary approach to healthcare in order to ensure the highest quality care for patients in Nashville, Tennessee and New York, New York. Treatments are a unique, personalized approach to Physical Therapy which has been developed over twenty years to aid in ultimate relief.

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