Vestibular therapy is used to combat the effects of vestibular disorders, such as, vertigo, dizziness, visual and balance issues. Secondary effects of vestibular disorders include nausea, fatigue, and a lack of concentration. Vestibular Therapy is done to reduce these primary and secondary effects. The physical therapist analyzes the patient evaluation, along with the patient’s goals and creates a customized exercise plan. After the first few visits, it is important for Vestibular Therapy patients to implement a home exercise plan provided by their physical therapist. Home exercise plans help to ensure that the patient is reaching the goals they set.