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Owner, Arroyo Physical Therapy
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We are proud to announce our new Office Location in the High Desert in Victorville: 12241 Industrial Blvd, Suite #210, Victorville, CA 92395.  It is 2400 sq ft of space that fits our practice and patients needs for vestibular/balance issues and our Group Classes.  The Victorville Office operates under Total Rehab, which is a DBA of Arroyo Physical Therapy.

The Pasadena office moved last year and is located at: 1720 E Washington Blvd, #208 Pasadena, CA 91104.

The Palm Desert Office is still at: 36867 Cook Street,  Suite #103, Palm Desert, California 92211. Offering the BEST care and services in the Coachella Valley.

We are still the experts in all things balance, movement disorders such as parkinson’s, vestibular, dizziness, concussion and general mobility problems.  We also treat orthopedic conditions – backs, THR, TKR, general conditioning, cardiac rehab, etc.

Our Staff of Licensed Physical Therapists (PT, DPT’s) and Licensed Physical Therapists Assistants (PTA’s) are the BEST in the industry and continually take advanced education in Parkinson’s, LSVT®Big, Vestibular and more to bring you the BEST care possible.  We only offer 1:1 care for your treatment time as well.

We offer VAT/ENG testing at our facilities and now offer Group Classes in Pasadena and Victorville!

Call 800-489-6905 X 101 for more information and we will be happy to assist in making your life more fun and functional again!
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Carbon Monoxide Poisoning and Vertigo!

It is possible for someone can get vertigo from exposure to carbon monoxide? The answser is YES! More info can be found on this site – Carbon Monoxide Poisoning.

Signs and Symptoms of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning can vary depending on the amount actually present in the environment, duration of exposure, age of the individual, overall state of health and physical activity. Most often, however, people with Carbon Monoxide Poisoning may have: headache, nausea, vertigo, altering states of consciousness and weakness. Signs and Symptoms may be worse when gas appliances are in use, or in the winter months when gas boilers/heaters are in use, and may get worse when rooms/homes are crowded.

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning happens when our lungs take in more Carbon Monoxide than Oxygen. If there is too much Carbon Monoxide in the air, it can be 240 times MORE likely to bind with our blood than Oxygen, thus reducing the ability of Oxygen to bind with the blood that our body and tissues need for survival: thus our body becomes “starved” of Oxygen. Long term exposure can lead to swelling of the brain which can lead to unconsciousness and neurological damage.

Fortunately, there are ways to prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning from happening: Education and Awareness, installing alarms that that detect carbon monoxide levels in the home and at work, having your gas or fuel lines checked regularly for leaks and by properly ventilating areas where gas and fuel lines are utilized. (This is NOT an exclusive list, however, is meant as a guide for more information. More information can be obtained by calling your professional registered gas/fuel specialist or provider.)
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