Dizziness affects people of all ages leading to absence from work, changes in daily routine, hobbies, loss of control, isolation and falls. Unfortunately, many doctors do not have the time or experience to manage and treat the condition successfully, which leads to many people suffering unnecessary for weeks, months or even years.
Concussion is classed as a mild traumatic brain injury, mostly associated (but not exclusively) with head trauma. Managed correctly, concussion can be treated successfully with a successful return to daily, work and sporting activity.
At the Dizziness, Balance & Concussion Centre we aim to improve the understanding and treatment of dizziness and concussion while helping to improve the quality of life of those who suffer with such conditions.
Dizziness, Balance & Concussion Centre
University Business Centre
Piece Mill, 25 – 27 Horton Street
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