Balance and gait rehabilitation clinics information and locations in Mexico

Balance and gait disorders can develop by inner ear problems, vision, aging, sedentary life, or medical conditions like brain or spinal cord injury, stroke, Parkinson’s disease, diabetes, among others.
A balance disorder makes you feel or think you are moving or falling, while a gait disorder impacts the way you walk or run. Some of the signs are tripping, stumbling, dizziness, vertigo, and falling. In some cases, the signs become more apparent when there is a lack of light or trying to do more than one thing.

Therapy for balance and gait disorders helps improve posture and balance and reduces the risk of falling by increasing the strength and coordination in the muscles and joints. Your therapy sessions are tailored by a certified chiropractor or physical therapist, depending on your specific needs, the specialist can incorporate strengthening exercises, motion exercises, balance, and proprioception exercises, vestibular rehabilitation, and stretches.

Balance and gait rehabilitation allows international patients to have one session at the rehabilitation clinic and continue their exercises back at home. Therefore, if you are visiting Mexico for work, pleasure, or another medical condition, make sure to schedule the therapy session you need.
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Improves posture
Reduces fall of risk
Improves coordination
Strengthens the muscles
Balance and gait
Session: 45 min.
Cleared to fly: 1 day
After surgery
Out-of-town patients’ do not require a follow-up. Patients are clear to fly on the same day of the therapy session for balance and gait disorders.
Note: See with the rehabilitation clinic if you need additional home-care physical therapy or what follow-up you need to take with a primary care physician, or specialist in your home city.
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Balance and gait frequent questions

Get answers to our most frequently asked questions and what to expect after the rehabilitation.
How do I prepare for a balance and gait therapy session?
Your chiropractor or physical therapist will perform a physical evaluation to see your balance, gait, and overall health.
It is advised to wear comfortable clothes like t-shirts, yoga pants, gym shorts, sports bra, and sneakers to make it easier to examine and allow movement during the exercises.
How many sessions will I have?
The number of sessions and their frequency will be discussed with you during the first visit, as each patient has different needs and development.
If I’m traveling, can I schedule one therapy session?
Yes, you can schedule a consultation and therapy session. Medical Tourism chiropractors and physical therapists understand your specific needs. In some cases, the specialists can give you a series of exercises to continue back at home.
Does the therapy session hurt?
Physical therapy is intended to alleviate pain, some exercises might be uncomfortable at first, but will get easier as you increase your strength and range of mobility.
Will I need to consult with other specialists about my condition?
If necessary, your chiropractor or physical therapist may recommend you to consult with an ophthalmologist or otolaryngologist to discard other complications.

Disclaimer: This information does not reflect the medical advice from our clinics. All cases are different and this treatment may not suit you. Always refer to a medical professional with the certification and experience. All of our physicians are fully qualified to perform these procedures. For more information and diagnosis contact one of our top specialized clinics.

In all medical procedures, there are chances of complications, the specialist will provide you detailed information about the risks of the procedure, talk to the specialist directly.