360 Balance & Dizziness Center

360 Balance & Dizziness Center


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Congratulations to your 2022 Torch Awards for Ethics finalists. Out of nearly 100 entries this year, only 18 were selected. This is a tremendous accomplishment so leave a “congrats” for our finalists in the comments!

Stay tuned next week when we announce the 2022 winners of BBB’s most prestigious business award.
Finalists by Category:

1-10 Employees: Red Development Group, 360 Balance & Dizziness Center, DFW Creative Homes & Renovation

11-20 Employees: Clinical Bridges, The CoBuilders, Action Tree Service

21-40 Employees: Valor, True Auto LLC, Window World TX

41-60 Employees: Assisting Hands Home Care-Serving Fort Worth West, Edward's Home Health Inc., Foundation Support Specialists

61-99 Employees: Baird Foundation Repair, Aggieland Roofing & CR Systems, Inc., Five Star Subaru Grapevine

100+ Employees: GBS Warranty Services, Shop LC, Gila, LLC

MS "Coming Out" Birthday Photoshoot
Sep ‘21

This was the first time I allowed someone to photograph me with my rose gold cane. The lesions (scars) in my brain and spine have led to the loss of balance and some mobility in my legs. I started using this pretty walking aid to help me with balance and mobility in April 2021, shortly after being diagnosed with Multiple Scelrosis in mid-March 2021. I'm currently in physical therapy at Spero Rehab after "graduating" from balance therapy at 360 Balance & Dizziness Center this month.

Often, using a cane brings me shame and embarrassment. I'm still overcoming these useless emotions, but every day gets a little easier mentally and emotionally as I become accustomed to my new unpredictable body and sometimes glitchy brain.


📸 CourtPie Photography/ Courtney Pierce
💋 💄Shaun Fitzgerald/ My Style Team Austin
Welcome to the Austin LGBT Chamber 360 Balance & Dizziness Center! We are delighted to have you. Thank you for supporting Austin's LGBT Business community.

A bit about them:
Our staff believes in a relationship-centered model to provide a unique experience for those suffering from dizziness and balance disorders. ​
What does this mean for you? It means we provide more than a service but create a relationship with YOU and your other providers, commit ourselves to community education, and work together as a team.

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Looking for a specific reference that discusses vibration sensation AND balance training prognosis...specifically impaired vibration sense would demonstrate impaired ability to improve sensation due to the amount of damage that’s present. Can anyone help me find that article?
I just want to give a big shout out to say thanks to all the patients, referring providers, the Vestibular Disorders Association, and all the (past & present) staff of 360 Balance who have allowed us to be celebrating 17 YEARS! It is an honor and privilege that is greatly appreciated!!!🥰
I appreciate the help that Laura and Lisa have provided me. Their dedication, care and thoughtfulness have helped me. Thank you!
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When I first came in to 360 Balance in May, I was in a wheelchair. My vestibular damage was such that I couldn’t walk.

Natalie and the other therapists set to work. With their help, I learned to learn how to stand, how to walk in a straight line, how to walk and turn my head, how to walk and make a sharp turn, how to walk and make slight turns on curves, how to turn my head back-and-forth when talking to multiple people in a conversation, how to look around the grocery store shelves to find the product I needed, how to walk and look around to find my 11-year-old and five-year-old daughters, how to drive and whip my head around to check the blind spot, and how to walk on things such as gravel, ramps, uneven sidewalks and playground equipment.

It has been a challenging journey!

I’m grateful to everyone at 360 Balance for their expertise, patience and encouragement. Thanks also for entertaining my kids at times. They thought the physical therapy equipment was more fun then the clients probably do.

I’m excited to be the second “graduate” on the wall of fame!
When I first came in to 360 Balance and Hearing last May, I was slumped over in a wheelchair. My vestibular damage was such that I couldn’t walk.

Natalie and the other physical therapists helped me re-learn what it means to sit upright, then stand, then walk, walk and look left or right, then walk and make a sharp turn, then talk to multiple people and turn my head back and forth between conversations, then walk and look down to find my 11- and five-year old daughters at the same time, then look up and down to cook in the microwave and the oven, then look up and down and around the grocery store shelves to find what I was looking for, then look forward and whip my head around to check the blind spot while driving, and then walk on ramps and gravel and uneven sidewalks and playground equipment with my kids.

It has been a challenging nine months!

But I’m grateful for your expertise, patience and encouragement. Thank you for all your help. Thank you also for entertaining my kids. They thought your physical therapy equipment looked like more fun than your clients probably do.

I’m very excited to be the second “graduate” on your wall of fame.

Helping You With Your Dizziness & Balance Disorders The specialized physical therapy is tailored to your specific needs.

360 Balance & Dizziness is a multi-award winning clinic solely devoted to the evaluation and treatment of dizziness and balance problems. Our unique physical therapy enables us to meet the needs of patients with neurological disorders, inner ear disorders, mild head injury, hearing loss, and fall risk. The staff at 360 Balance & Dizziness is committed to combining advanced technology with patient centered care to provide a unique experience for all parties involved.


Join Bridgett Wallace, PT, DPT for a free webinar where we’ll talk about:

💫Vestibular Rehab: What is it? How does it work? And does it work for everyone?

⏱When: Saturday, April 22, at 12:00 pm CST
💻Where: Online
👉Register for free here: https://360balance.com/vestibular-rehab-what-is-it-how-does-it-work-and-does-it-work-for-everyone/

We’ll review some of the challenges and what some other options are beyond vestibular rehab. If you have specific questions, please comment below.

We will answer as many questions as possible.

If you can’t make it to the live webinar, go ahead and register so we can send you the recording.

See you there!


Join us as we host an empowering webinar with Madison Oak, PT, DPT!

Dr. Madison Oak, founder of on Instagram and Vestibular Group Fit, is discussing returning to exercise/movement with a vestibular disorder. We will cover Dr. Madison’s 3 favorite steps to getting you back to moving safely and without dizziness!

Not only will you walk away with her 3 favorite steps to moving safely (no pun intended), but she is offering one FREE week of instruction with a 3-month subscription to the Vestibular Group Fit!

Join us for this webinar on February 21st at 12:00pm CST to meet Dr. Madison as well as receive information on becoming a part of Dr. Madison’s Vestibular Group Fit and receive your discount code.

Click here to sign up for this free webinar: https://360balance.com/3-steps-to-getting-you-back-to-moving-safely-and-without-dizziness/

The recording will be kept in the Vestibular Health network if you can’t attend the webinar live. If you aren’t a member of Vestibular Health, click here to learn more and get started with your 14-day free trial – no credit card is needed:

See you there!


On behalf of 360 Balance & Dizziness, we want to let you know about our new network Vestibular Health!

Vestibular Health is our online community to connect individuals who suffer from dizziness or balance problems as well as their loved ones.

We created Vestibular Health to give you easy access to organized content and resources, answers to frequently asked questions, ongoing conversations, expert talks, fun activities, and social connections!

You get instant access to easily searchable content when you need it. Keep up with your discussions, events, and messages on the go! Ask a question, join a webinar, and keep track of upcoming events.

Click here to learn more about Vestibular Health:

We hope you register soon, so you don’t miss our 1st event where we will be interviewing Dr. Martha Pyron, MD, who is going to talk about starting an exercise program and returning to exercise after COVID. The interview is scheduled for Wednesday, February 15th at 11:00 am CST.

We're so excited about Vestibular Health and really look forward to connecting with you! If you’re interested in attending Dr. Pyron’s talk, click on the Events tab once you have completed your registration for Vestibular Health and RSVP👍

We hope to see you there!

P.S. Vestibular Health is managed by working healthcare professionals and is for educational purposes only. This advice is not meant to be a substitute for advice from a medical professional regarding diagnosis, prognosis, or treatment. Always seek advice from qualified healthcare providers with questions you may have regarding a healthcare condition.

Photos from 360 Balance & Dizziness Center's post 11/29/2022

Happy National Caregiver’s Month! Having a strong support system is an important indicator of physical therapy outcomes. A dizzy or unbalanced patient has a difficult road to recovery and having a loved one or paid caregivers to help with their journey can make their progress smoother and faster.

You can be an advocate for your dizzy friend or loved one by taking a few steps to help them manage their symptoms. Learn more with our newest blogpost on our website! https://360balance.com/support-systems/

Photos from 360 Balance & Dizziness Center's post 10/31/2022

Happy Halloween from the crew at 360 Balance & Dizziness! Can you tell which of us is the real Waldo?


October happens to be both Physical Therapy month and Audiology Awareness month! We here at 360 Balance & Dizziness will be celebrating in our favorite way: by treating imbalance and reducing dizziness! Our team of audiology and physical therapy professionals can help you or a loved one with any dizziness or imbalance needs!


As we wrap up Balance Awareness Week, we're excited to share an interview with Cynthia Ryan, Executive Director of the Vestibular Disorder Association or VeDA Vestibular Disorders Association (VEDA)🦩😀

To help increase awareness about vestibular disorders, share your story and refer people to VeDA so that they can get help and get access to resources.

Visit https://vestibular.org/article/baw/ to learn more!


Thank you to our amazing physical therapists and physical therapist assistants! We celebrate you on World PT Day👏🎉🥳


Everyone has microscopic “rocks” or “crystals” in the inner ear that are made up of calcium carbonate. Their job is to communicate the effects of gravity to the brain, such as acceleration and deceleration. Sometimes they become dislodged and fall into a different part of the inner ear, causing a specific type of dizziness called Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo, or BPPV. BPPV is experienced as short bouts of vertigo when you change head positions such as lying down or rolling over in bed, looking up to wash your hair in the shower, or bending over to tie your shoes.

If you suspect that you may be suffering from BPPV, our therapists can test you to see if your ear crystals are out of place, and if they are we can treat you with maneuvers that consist of a series of head and body positions.


New Blog Post! As it starts to cool off here in Texas, it’s a good idea to go for a walk!

For tips on safe and healthy walking, read our newest blog post. If you feel like you are hesitant or unsafe to walk on your own, come in to 360 Balance & Dizziness and work with one of our therapists today!

To read the new post, go here: https://360balance.com/go-for-a-walk/

Photos from 360 Balance & Dizziness Center's post 07/12/2022

What does stress have to do with balance and dizziness? It turns out, quite a lot! Personal stress itself has been linked to higher incidence of dizziness, but there are also physiological consequences to stress.

Increased stress such as negative life events have been positively correlated with increased incidence of BPPV. In other words, the more stress you have, the more likely you are to have an occurrence or recurrence.

Stress can cause physiological changes akin to the fight or flight response. Increased heart rate and breathing can cause side effects like lightheadedness. Tightened muscles often manifest in the neck and shoulders, which can cause dizziness that stems from the neck.

So what can we do to mitigate the effects of stress? Therapy is one option, but if you don’t have access to a therapist, the most accessible thing that you can do for stress management is breathing exercises! Try breathing in for four counts and out for 6 (or in for 3 and out for 5). You can count seconds or footsteps or whatever works to get an effective rhythm. Give it a try and see what works best for you.

If you’re dealing with dizziness related to stress and anxiety and are struggling to mitigate your symptoms, come to 360 Balance & Dizziness and a therapist will help tailor the most effective treatment plan to address all the sources of your dizziness or imbalance.


Here at 360 Balance & Dizziness, we never underestimate the power of your words. Your words are invaluable diagnostic tools.

Here's an example of how much we can gather just by your symptoms:

So you describe your dizziness as a spinning sensation. The world is spinning around you. You explain that your symptoms are brief, less than 60 seconds, and worse when you lie down in bed, roll over, bend over, and sometimes when you look up quickly.

It may not happen every time, but it's pretty consistent and occurs almost every night. It also appears worse when you roll over to your left side, although it might occur on both sides.

The most likely explanation is benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, or BPPV, what we like to call loose ear crystals or loose ear rocks. It's the most common type of brief spells of vertigo related to position changes. And we can typically treat it successfully in one to two visits, although some cases are more complicated.

Successful treatment begins with a successful diagnosis. Visit our website [360balance.com] to learn more about how we can help you.


We often get asked this question🤔

We can help in several different ways, depending on what is causing the dizziness you are feeling and how your symptoms are affecting your daily life.

- Do you perceive the entire room as spinning around you?
- Do you feel off-balance or unsafe when you are walking?
- Have you been diagnosed with fluid dysfunction in your inner ear?
- Are you having trouble bending down?
- Do you experience motion sensitivity?
- Do you feel so exhausted at the end of the day that all you can do is sit?

If you don’t really know how to describe how you’re feeling or what help you need, that’s ok!

If you’re dizzy or feel off-balance, our team of clinicians will work with you to determine what we should focus on and how to proceed.

You are the key🔑to determining your path forward, but we are here to guide you! If you think you or a loved one could improve balance or decrease dizziness, give us a call today at 512-345-4664📞


This week’s intention goes out to everyone experiencing anxiety and those who are challenged by prioritizing or organizing your day

How to Find Us 04/05/2022

We can be a little tricky to find, here are some infographics that illustrate how to get to our clinic. We're in the back left building when you first turn into the building complex.

Photos from 360 Balance & Dizziness Center's post 04/05/2022

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This week, take a second to intentionally think about something that makes you smile. It could be something in the moment or something in general, anything at all!


This week’s intention is something that is always important for both stress mitigation and improved balance.


March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. This week’s intention is dedicated to all our patients experiencing symptoms due to concussion or mTBI. Strong emotions can be part of that territory and it’s important that we all give ourselves space to feel our emotions.


Today’s weekly intention is a quote by the late great tennis player Arthur Ashe.


What to expect: depending on what testing you require, the test may take between 45 minutes and 75 minutes. Testing may include having you wear a specialized set of goggles that will track your eye movements, it’s ok to blink while you’re wearing the goggles but make sure to keep your eyes open as much as possible! The audiologist will direct you through each step of the test, let her know if you have any movement restrictions or mobility issues.

How to prepare: Please stop taking anti-nausea, anti-dizziness, and anti-anxiety medicines at least 48 hours before your test. These medications can suppress your vestibular system and make the tests inconclusive. If you struggle with earwax, we can remove it for you, or if you have it removed before coming for your appointment. Wear comfortable, everyday clothing.

The specialists at 360 Balance & Dizziness are experts at working one-on-one with patients like you.


360 Balance & Dizziness has a new mascot, and the little guy needs help finding his name! Vote by leaving a comment here or on our story post! The choices presented by are therapists are: Otto, Audi, Rocky, or Epley!


"There is no limit to what we, as women, can accomplish." — Michelle Obama

Today and always, 360 Balance & Dizziness celebrates International Women's Day by recognizing all the women in our industry, including our amazing staff members! We celebrate the achievements, leadership, and passion of all women that make the world a better place.


"There is no limit to what we, as women, can accomplish." — Michelle Obama

Today and always, 360 Balance & Dizziness celebrates International Women's Day by recognizing all the women in our industry, including our amazing staff members! We celebrate the achievements, leadership, and passion of all women that make the world a better place.


The first time you come to 360 Balance & Dizziness, you will either be seeing a Physical Therapist for a vestibular evaluation, our Audiologist for diagnostic testing, or both.

We know that seeing a new healthcare professional can be nerve-wracking, so this week we will be sharing how to prepare and what to expect.

Stay tuned!

Photos from 360 Balance & Dizziness Center's post 03/05/2022

The therapists from 360 had the opportunity to go by the BBQ contest and carnival at the Austin Rodeo! Our fabulous front desk coordinator Anna and her family make up the team 2 Boyz BBQ, they’re working hard to make some of the best bbq available at the contest (trust us, we had so much we were fit to burst!). While at the carnival we also won our new clinic mascot: a goldfish, name to come!


This week’s intention is a quote from the brave Rosa Parks.


As you may know, dizziness can be a symptom associated with cardiovascular problems, especially if you are experiencing light-headedness.

But, did you know that studies have also linked low frequency hearing loss to cardiovascular disease? And, did you know that the inner ear helps regulate your blood pressure?

Studies have also shown that vestibular dysfunction can result in difficulties regulating blood pressure with position changes.

We all know that exercise is good for our heart but did you know exercises that stimulate the inner ear have shown to decrease cortisol levels, blood pressure, and pulse rate - all of which are related to stress?

Stay tuned for more on heart awareness ❤️and the inner ear👂

Life Rebalanced Live - VeDA 02/07/2022

Life Rebalanced Live - VeDA

Tune in this week for the Vestibular Disorders Association 2nd annual Virtual Vestibular Conference!

“Vestibular disorders cause a variety of disorienting and debilitating symptoms such as loss of coordination, vertigo, and dizziness, leaving desperate and confused patients searching for answers. Patients will hear from several different experts on topics relevant to the vestibular disorders community, all from the comfort of their homes. Patients will also have the ability to ask specific questions directly to the speakers.”

Click the link for more details: https://vestibular.org/lrl/

Life Rebalanced Live - VeDA Welcome to VeDA’s 2nd Annual Virtual Conference   Go to the Conference Conference Access Help Registration February 7-11, 2022 Learning. Sharing. Connection. Life Rebalanced Live is VeDA’s 2nd annual virtual conference, featuring talks by premier vestibular specialists, patients sharing their s...

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We can begin to create what we call a working diagnosis simply by reviewing your past medical history, putting your symptoms into categories, and categorizing your symptoms. The majority of the time an accurate diagnosis can be formulated just from clues from your history.

Your words are invaluable tools.

Here at 360 Balance & Dizziness, we provide a unique blend of testing and vestibular rehabilitation with specialized physical therapy to address your dizziness and balance problems, but we never underestimate the power of your words🗣

Get started by contacting us today. Call us at 512-345-4664 or visit our website at www.360balance.com.

Our Story

360 Balance & Dizziness, is a multi-award winning clinic solely devoted to the evaluation and treatment of dizziness, balance and hearing problems. Our unique blend of audiology and physical therapy enables us to meet the needs of patients with neurological disorders, inner ear disorders, mild head injury, hearing loss and fall risk.

Our audiology services include advanced testing and an array of specialized hearing devices that fit many different needs. The specialized physical therapy is tailored to your specific needs. The staff at 360 Balance & Dizziness is committed to combining advanced technology with patient centered care to provide a unique experience for all parties involved.

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