Vertigo At-home Assistance and Rehab

Vertigo At-home Assistance and Rehab2018-05-31T13:26:29+00:00

Judy S. was having a terrible time with vertigo. She’d had a tube put into her ear and then taken out again. Then she had a hole in her ear canal fixed. While all this was going on, Judy found that she needed some assistance with independent living tasks, and, on top of the vertigo issues, she suffered from ongoing neck and back pain.

A nurse from Signal Tree Home Health came out and assessed Judy’s needs and determined that she would not only benefit from having a home health aide assist her with a few everyday tasks, but that physical therapy would also help the vertigo and her neck and back pain.

Judy says using Signal Tree Home Health was a “great experience.”

“People came out three times a week and they were always on-time and courteous. They did rehabilitation exercises and also massaged my neck and back. I would recommend the Signal Tree services to anyone that might need it. It was an entirely positive experience.”

Judy also said she appreciated the companionship of her home health aide and the vast knowledge of her physical therapists.

“They knew my trouble spots,” says Judy, “and they were very knowledgeable about what I needed to feel better.”

Judy is getting her hip replaced soon and plans to ask her surgeon about the option of doing rehabilitation at home. “That is definitely on my list of things to ask my doctor.”

Would Judy recommend at-home rehabilitation for other people?

“Oh, absolutely. The whole experience was wonderful.”

Thanks for sharing Judy, and we hope to help you soon with hip replacement rehabilitation.