ENT Rehabilitation

ENT Rehabilitation is a treatment that tries to restore compromised bodily function. Speech and language therapy are used in ENT rehabilitation to improve speaking skills, as well as VRT (Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy) to improve balance and reduce dizziness.

Rehabilitation is a treatment that tries to restore or improve a body's previously lost or reduced capacity. Speech and language therapy is utilised in ENT rehabilitation clinics to aid in Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT) and talking to advance equalisation, as well as to limit the experience of dizziness, increase patient dependability while moving, anxiety, improve coordination, and reduce falls. It is impossible to provide a general summary of VRT practices because they are devised and recommended uniquely for each patient. The great majority of these workouts include head and body movements to help your mind and compensate for the inaccurate information they are receiving from their inner ear, allowing you to regain control of your equalisation system.

  • Biochemical blood analysis
  • Pharyngeal swab
  • Consultation with an otorhinolaryngologist

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