Bridgett Wallace, PT, DPT and Charlotte Howell, PTA will guide you through a series of questions to assess your strength, balance, and coordination.

We'll also tell you about our new program:
Balance Yourself - based on the Otago Exercise Program. The Otago Exercise Program is performed under the direct supervision of a professional and has been demonstrated to reduce falls and fall-related deaths by 46%. We have adapted the program to be accessible to everyone in the comfort of their own home, it's a game-changer!

To celebrate Balance Awareness Week and the launch of our new fall prevention program, Balance Yourself, we're hosting FREE, live Check My Balance classes!

When you sign up for a class, you'll be entered into a drawing to win a Naboso Prize Package   :

Sign up for a free, online class below!

Sensory Sticks ($90)
Naboso's Sensory Sticks stimulate the surfaces of your palms to activate those connections and prepare you for movement. Additionally, because the sensory sticks are lightly weighted (2 lbs each), they actually activate your joints and muscles as well, creating an exponential mind/body connection.

Standing Mat (value $75)
Naboso's standing mat is an excellent way to quickly wake your feet and keep the foot muscles strong throughout the day. This 2ft x 2ft mat fits easily under a standing desk, in front of the sink, under the squat rack or onto of a Pilates reformer.

Neuro Ball ($30)
The Naboso Neuro ball is a triple threat of foot activation and comfort. First it acts as a massage tool releasing the muscles of your feet as you roll it around with your foot. Second, the ball is coated in our unique sensory stimulation textures that wake up and activate the nerve-dense surface of your feet. Third, the ball actually splits in two and in the center you will find an even smaller ball to help with acute muscle release on the bottom of your feet.

A total value of $195!

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Plus, you’ll receive a special gift just for signing up for a Check My Balance Class!

Free access to our Balance 101 Course in 360 Living Balanced! You'll learn how to categorize your dizziness and help your healthcare provider identify the possible cause(s) of your dizziness. The Dizziness 101 Course also includes: Review of Symptom Log, Take Home Points Handout, and access to our most popular space in 360 Living Balanced - What's on your mind?

How is your balance, really?

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360 Balance & Dizziness Center

Choose a date that works best for you:


sEPTEMBER 17 - 23, 2023

Balance Yourself

Join us for a FREE, live Check My Balance Class!

Balance is a multifactorial thing

Your sense of balance is the product of three systems working together: your sense of sight, your sense of touch, and your vestibular system (the inner ear). If you become more reliant on one system of balance over another, your overall balance will suffer as a result.

  • Sense of sight – Your eyes play a major role in your balance. Your brain will look at stationary objects to judge where your body is in space related to those objects. If your eyesight is changing, or you’re trying to do something at night, your sense of sight won’t be as reliable.
  • Sense of touch – Your sense of touch includes the touch through your feet on the ground or your hand on the railing and your proprioception. Proprioception is the awareness of body posture that is derived from receptors in your joints. Peripheral neuropathy or joint replacements can inhibit your sense of touch.
  • Vestibular system – Your inner ear controls your vestibular system, which helps with aspects of balance such as changing head position and the effects of gravity on the body. Both chronic and acute inner ear dysfunction can disrupt your vestibular system.

There are countless factors that will affect balance secondary to your systems of balance. Humans are not constant creatures, we tend to fluctuate from day to day. Think of your energy levels, are they consistently high or low? More likely you have some days where you feel more awake and energized than others. Balance is the same way. Being tired, suffering from allergies, and feeling stressed can all cause your balance to be less reliable.

If you feel like your balance isn’t as strong as it used to be or you’ve had a fall or near fall, join us for a free class and feel more confident in balance. 

three systems working together

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Bridgett Wallace has a Doctorate of Physical Therapy and holds competency-based certifications in vestibular rehabilitation and concussion management. She is the founder of 360 Balance & Dizziness and co-founder of 360 Neuro Health Institute. Bridgett is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Vestibular Disorders Association.

In addition to treating patients, Bridgett consults and lectures both nationwide and internationally in concussion management and vestibular disorders. She has provided consulting services to The University of Texas Athletics since 1998 and MLB Umpire Medical Services since 2011. Bridgett co-authored two patents for vestibular disorders and developed an iPhone app, PLAY IT SAFE®, which was designed for sideline-concussion assessment. She has been published in the Eye & Brain Journal and has contributed to chapters in Therapeutic Exercise and Lifespan Neurorehabilitation – both textbooks used in therapy schools. Bridgett was awarded the Health Care Heroes Award by the Austin Business Journal in 2011 and Distinguished Alumni Award by Texas State University Physical Therapy Department in 2013.

Bridgett is a proud graduate of Texas Tech University, Texas State University, and Hardin-Simmons University. She is a 4th generation Texan from Wheeler, TX. Bridgett values time with family and friends. She loves the outdoors, especially outdoor cooking, camping, the water, and hitting the open road on her motorcycle.

Charlotte Howell is a licensed physical therapist assistant. She was inspired to pursue vestibular therapy when she had the opportunity to spend one of her clinical rotations in school with the 360 Balance & Dizziness team. Her interest in the field has only grown deeper since she officially joined the team!

Originally from Massachusetts, Charlotte earned her PTA degree at Austin Community College. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Pre-Physical Therapy from Ohio University. Charlotte has experience working in inpatient rehab, geriatric, and outpatient ortho clinic settings. Prior to becoming a therapist, Charlotte lived and worked in McMurdo Station, Antarctica.

Charlotte enjoys traveling around the world, painting, going for long walks with her dog Harvey, and finding fun new restaurants around town with friends.

Charlotte Howell, PTA

Meet Bridgett & Charlotte

Bridgett Wallace, PT, DPT

On October 2nd, Balance Yourself - our new fall prevention program based on the Otago Exercise Program - will kick off!

The Otago Exercise Program was developed with one mission in mind: to reduce the risk of falls and fall-related injuries among adults. This program has been proven to be extremely successful, as evidenced by a 35% reduction in falls and fall-related deaths due to its implementation!

For Balance Yourself, we have modified the Otago program to be accessible to people in the comfort of their own home. This removes the fundamental aspect of performing the Otago Exercise Program under the supervision of a trained professional.

The Balance Yourself program is full of progressive strength-building exercises that get more challenging over time for maximum efficacy. You can progress yourself at your own pace. 

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And who doesn't want those benefits?!

With our Balance Yourself Program, you can enjoy life without worrying about your safety and know that you are doing something great for yourself - strengthening your muscles, building balance, coordination, and general well-being.

Balance Yourself Program

Here's what is included with the Balance Yourself Program

This exercise log will help you keep track of your progress and participation. It is broken down into Date, Level Performed, Weight Used, and Time Walked.

Exercise Log

The warm up library includes stretches that are range of motion exercises intended to engage muscles and warm them up for exercise.

Warm Up library

We've made it easy for you to get started by providing a Balance Yourself Quiz!  This short 5 question quiz will help you determine the level that best fits your needs.

Balance yourself Quiz

The Balance Yourself Program is full of progressive strength-building exercises that get more challenging over time for maximum efficacy. You can progress yourself at your own pace.

strength-building exercises

The Balance Yourself Program includes live sessions with Charlotte Howell, PTA each week! We strongly believe that staying connected is crucial for our mental and emotional well-being.

live sessions with charlotte

The Balance Yourself Program offers a safe and secure space where you can connect, share your experiences, exchange tips and advice, and support other participants. 

Supportive community

This library includes step-by-step instruction on strength exercises for Knee Extension, Knee Flexion, Hip Abduction

Strengthening Exercise Library

This library consists of Backwards Walking, Figure-8 Walking, Heel Walk, Knee Bends, One Leg Stand, Sideways Walking, Sit to Stand, and much more!

Balance Exercise Library

Charlotte Howell, PTA


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$19.99 $54

We are currently running a special for Balance Awareness Week:

Sign up now for only $19.99 (regular price $54).

Spots are limited to sign up today! The program kicks off on October 2nd.

We invite you to sign up for the Balance Yourself Program!