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Hearing & Balance Services

Balance Services at Nazareth Hospital

Is Fear of Falling Holding You Back?

The risk of falls increases with age and illness. This risk can be accompanied by poor coordination, unsteadiness in walking, dizziness, leg weakness, or difficulty performing everyday activities like dressing and going up or down stairs.

Conditions that can affect fall risk include:

• Neck pain
• Limited neck movements
• Ear infections
• Head trauma/post-concussion
• Neurologic disorders like Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Parkinson’s Disease, stroke and cerebellar dysfunctions

Take our Risk of Falling Quiz here

At Nazareth Hospital, we’ve created a dedicated Balance Program at our Outpatient Center for Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation and Balance to address this issue.

The Balance Program combines computer-based assessment and retraining technology with thorough education and therapeutic exercises. Together, they can increase your strength, stamina and mobility. The goal is to reduce your risk of falling — so you can walk without fear. 

Learn How the Balance Program Can Help You.

The Balance Program is located at Nazareth Hospital Outpatient Center for Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation and Balance at 8113 Roosevelt Boulevard (Holme Avenue and the Boulevard). 

For more information, call 215.335.3954.

Call for an Appointment

Call 215.335.3954 for more information about the Balance Program at Nazareth Hospital, or call 610.237.4248 to learn more about the Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital Hearing and Balance Center.