Rebecca English, PT, DPT, MSR, earned dual degrees at the Medical University of South Carolina in Occupational and Physical Therapy. After earning her Masters in Rehabilitation Science, Rebecca received competencies from Emory University School of Medicine in Vestibular Rehabilitation and in Vestibular Function Testing and Interpretation with an Application to Rehabilitation. Additionally, she also earned an Advanced Competency in the Evaluation and Treatment of Complex Balance Disorders. In 2009, she received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from A.T. Stills University.
Rebecca is a consultant and instructor and for NeuroCom™ International and a national speaker on balance and vestibular disorders.
With her extensive practice, Rebecca now capitalizes on her solid background and extensive training in vestibular rehabilitation to enhance an individual’s safety awareness and performance with their functional mobility.
The Balance Center
Rebecca is the Program Director for Tidewater’s first Balance Center where accurate diagnosis is the key to maintaining quality of life. Diagnosis affecting dizziness, balance, postural control and mobility include:
• Multiple Sclerosis
• Concussions/Head Injury
• Parkinson’s Disease
• Peripheral Neuropathy
• Cerebellar Ataxia
• Positional vertigo
• Motion sensitivity/dizziness
• Abrupt/Acute loss of vestibular function
• Vestibular Neuronitis
• Meniere’s Disease
• Unilateral/bilateral vestibular diagnoses
Osteoporosis and Aging
• Fall prevention training
• General disequilibrium
• Unexpected or recurrent falls
• Walking disorders