Thomas CAVARLE, vestibular physiotherapist, works with the latest technologies to treat the symptoms of vertigo. Vertigo is defined as an illusion of rotational movement with neuro-vegetative signs, without loss of consciousness, associated for the most part with a feeling of pseudo-drunkenness. They translate the acute, unilateral or at least asymmetrical deficit of the vestibular sensory input by damage to the labyrinth or the vestibular nerve. They fall within the framework of so-called "vestibular" syndromes that can be individualized as follows: Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (the famous "crystals in the ear"), vestibular neuritis, Ménière's disease for the best known.
Virtual reality is a very valuable tool now and the use of the rotary chair is essential for therapy.
Member of the French Society of Vestibular Physiotherapy, he has made vestibular rehabilitation his specialty.