In vestibular neuritis, most of researchers had focused on studying its effects on gaze problems &illusion of change in head orientation or movement. In this essence, therapy was mostly directed to alleviate vertigo symptoms and gaze disorders through vestibular rehabilitation therapy addressing vestibule-ocular reflex VOR. This study focused mainly on examination of balance & posture control (vestibule-spinal reflex VSR) in patients suffering from vestibular neuritis under variable complex situations. It also addressed the effectiveness of Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy VRT promoting balance control on the patient''s status& overall performance. Results elaborated that the majority of patients with vestibular neuritis really suffered gaze stabilization deficits; however they also suffered balance disorders especially for complex actions and situations. Vestibular rehabilitation therapy using exercises promoting both VOR& VSR i .e. enhancing gaze stabilization & balance were superior to alleviate patients'' symptoms and improve residual disabilities as shown by subjective& objective measures. In this way, VRT could have better image among patients as well as physicians.