Abstract Horizon

Being dizzy is not normal. There is a path to recovery. 

Reduce your

Identify and address the root cause

The first few visits will focus on reducing your symptoms. This may be in the form of manual therapy techniques to calm the nervous system, grounding strategies to promote spatial awareness, or simple lifestyle modifications or tools to prevent symptom aggravation. 

I will perform a comprehensive evaluation to identify the source of your symptoms. This may include testing oculomotor and vestibular function, balance and sensory integration, coordination, strength, and aerobic capacity. My treatment will focus on addressing the root cause of your symptoms.

Take control of
your healing

I will help you understand your condition, how you can manage it, and identify helpful resources along the way. My number one priority is to get you better, and sometimes that requires more than physical therapy. I will connect you to other professionals to get the comprehensive care you need.  




Our vestibular system tells us where we are in space and in which direction we are moving. When it is not functioning optimally you can get sensations of dizziness, spinning (vertigo), being off-balance, and fogginess. Vestibular rehabilitation can greatly improve or completely resolve many of these symptoms using evidence-based and individually-tailored exercises that re-educate the vestibular system to process information accurately, adapt to specific triggers which cause your symptoms, and integrate fluidly with other sensory systems. Learn more>>


Sometimes concussion symptoms can persist for weeks, months, or even years after the event due to nervous system dysregulation, vestibular and vision issues, neck pain, increased inflammation, or emotional stress. Therefore, concussion recovery often requires a multi-disciplinary team approach. I will work with you to find the sources of your persisting concussive symptoms and, should you need help beyond my expertise, connect you to the right professionals. I also collaborate with coaches, athletic trainers, teachers, and employers in implementing safe and progressive return to play, learn, and work protocols. Learn more>>


Baseline testing includes assessment of a person's neurocognitive, oculomotor, vestibular, and balance function prior to sustaining a concussion. Without a baseline, people may return to their sport or hobby too early and, in the event of sustaining another concussion, suffer more long-term or permanent symptoms. After successful treatment of concussion, we re-test these same components to compare to your baseline and help determine when you are fully recovered and safe to return to your previous activities. Learn more>>


Remaining balanced is a complex skill involving multiple sensory systems including: the vestibular system, vision, and sensation. When one of these sensory systems is weakened due to age, injury, or disease, we can feel off balance. I will identify which system(s) may be weak and provide strategies and exercises on how to strengthen and integrate these systems more efficiently in order to optimize your balance in a specific sport or hobby, prevent falls, or just feel more confident. Learn more>>

Abstract Horizon


$200 - $280**
First Session
60-90 minutes depending on level of complexity. $200 evaluation fee plus $40/15 minutes thereafter.

Follow-up Sessions  
& Baseline Testing

60 minutes
5-visit package - 10% discount
10-visit package - 15% discount

I am an out-of-network provider. If you are looking to have your insurance assist you with payment for your sessions, you have options.

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I do not contract with Medicare. If you are a Medicare beneficiary, certain services are eligible for "out-of-pocket" payment.

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Too dizzy to drive? I offer telehealth and concierge services.
**$30 travel fee for up to 15-minute drive.
**$50 travel fee for up to 30-minute drive.
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