Tracking Charts for Walking for Vertigo

Topic Overview

Make a chart with three columns and as many rows you need for your walks. The chart can help you see your progress in the walking exercises for vertigo.

Put the date in the first column, how far you walked or how many times you were able to do the exercises in the second column, and how you felt in the third column.

Make three copies, and use one for each exercise. For exercises 1 and 3, note the distance walked. For exercise 2, note the number of times you are able to do it.

See the example below.

Walking exercises 1, 2, and 3

Date

Distance/Times done

Comments (how you feel, weaving, etc.)
























































































Credits

ByHealthwise Staff
Primary Medical Reviewer Anne C. Poinier, MD - Internal Medicine
Kathleen Romito, MD - Family Medicine
E. Gregory Thompson, MD - Internal Medicine

Current as ofMarch 28, 2018

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