Bilateral vestibulopathy (BVP) is a types of balance and dizziness among males and females.

The main symptoms of BVP is postural imbalance, instability of gait and blurred vision or inability to focus the eyes on objects while walking or quick head movements. The symptoms worsen in the dark on when walking on uneven surfaces and there are no symptoms when sitting or laying down. 

In older adults, Presbyvestbulopathy can occur where the symptoms are the same as with BVP, but these patients have chronic vestibular syndrome (lasting at least 3 months), postural imbalance or unsteadiness, abnormal gait, chronic dizziness and/or recurrent falls.