Dizziness & Vertigo

Get Dizziness and Vertigo Relief at Plumas Physical Therapy!

Are you experiencing symptoms of dizziness and vertigo? Do your spells of dizziness last longer than a few seconds? Is it interfering with your daily life? If you answered “yes,” one of our Quincy and Blairsden, CA physical therapists may be able to assist you in determining a long-term solution to your problem. Make an appointment at Plumas Physical Therapy today and let us assist you in the dizziness and vertigo relief you desperately need.

Is Your Dizziness Accompanied By These Symptoms?

Dizziness can be caused by a lack of sleep, a poor diet, excessive exercise, or a disease such as a head cold or flu.

It can also be caused by something as simple as abruptly rising after lying or sitting for an extended time. Dizziness may be accompanied by the following symptoms:

  • Loss of balance
  • Feeling faint
  • Tunnel vision
  • Light-headedness or heavy-headedness

Seeing a physical therapist is the best way to discover the cause of your dizziness. There could be another underlying factor that you are unaware of.

Look Out For These Vertigo Symptoms

An imbalance in the inner ear, also known as the “vestibular system,” is the most common cause of vertigo. By sending signals about your movement to your brain, your vestibular system helps you maintain your balance and center of gravity. If this system is damaged or malfunctioning, the impulses required to keep you balanced are unable to reach your brain.

Vertigo is a natural reaction in which your body becomes unbalanced. This is difficult to manage because it interferes with your daily routine and lifestyle. Even when you are sitting, vertigo causes you to feel as if you are “rocking” or “spinning.”

Keep an eye out for the following symptoms:

  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Double vision
  • Sweating
  • Abnormal eye movements
  • Arm and leg weakness
  • Difficulty with vision and speaking
  • Unable to concentrate or stay alert

If these vertigo symptoms sound familiar, it is time to look to a Quincy and Blairsden, CA physical therapist for help. Click here to make an appointment at Plumas Physical Therapy.

What Is Causing My Dizziness And Vertigo?

Vertigo and balance problems can be caused by a variety of conditions, including:

Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV)

BPPV is a common cause of vertigo. It occurs when tiny calcium crystals in your ears become dislodged and move into areas they don’t belong. This can result in vertigo (sudden spinning) and inner-ear discomfort, especially when laying down.

Meniere’s disease

This disease occurs when fluid accumulates in your ear(s). This is characterized by a “ringing” in the ears and sudden bouts of extreme dizziness that can last for hours. Temporary hearing loss is also possible.


A stroke affects how the entire body moves. If you have recently had a stroke, you may experience vertigo waves that last for extended periods.

Vestibular neuritis

This is an infection of the inner ear that can cause vertigo.


A migraine can affect the vestibular system, resulting in vertigo episodes that are sometimes accompanied by light or sound sensitivity. Your vision may also be impaired.

If any of these symptoms or conditions sound familiar, chances are your balance has been negatively affected. Seek help from our Quincy and Blairsden, CA licensed physical therapist at Plumas Physical Therapy for dizziness and vertigo relief!

Let Our Quincy and Blairsden, CA Physical Therapy Clinic Help You Regain Your Balance!

Dizziness and vertigo can impact your daily life, making even the simplest tasks difficult. However, you do not have to continue living in this manner. Plumas Physical Therapy has a high success rate in identifying and treating dizziness and vertigo. Our team of physical therapists will evaluate your condition and recommend a treatment plan that will address your concerns while also increasing your stability. Request an appointment at our Quincy and Blairsden, CA physical therapy clinic so we can help you get back on your feet!

Your Next Steps…

  1. Request An Appointment

  2. Receive A Custom Treatment Plan

  3. Work Hard and Progress In Your Recovery

  4. Recover & Enjoy Life Pain-Free!