There is a lot of confusing and poor information out there and with over ten years experience treating vestibular conditions I am here to help!
If you’re unsure about your recovery, who you need to see, what you need to do just get in touch to have a free, no obligation chat about your condition.
Treating dizziness, vertigo and concussion for over 10 years in Canada and the UK – get in touch to see how I can help!
Located next door to the historic Piece Hall, 2-minutes walk from the train station and plenty of parking a short walk away, it’s an easy place to find and good reason patients travel from miles around from Scotland, Wales and all over the UK.
Utilising the RightEye system and Video Infrared Frenzel goggles, you will get a thorough assessment and tailored treatment plan to meet your needs and get you better as quickly as possible
The key to getting the right treatment is a thorough assessment.
Vertigo and dizziness has many different causes and effects everyone differently.
We take the time to get to you know you and your story, then closely assess different aspects of your balance system, which may include:
- Vestibular-ocular motor system – using eye tracking technology from RightEye
– Head and eye co-ordination
– Balance and gait
– Motion sensitivity
– Nystagmus – using infra-red
The key to treatment is that it is designed to meet your needs and the issues you are experiencing.
Each treatment programme is tailored to your specific circumstances and goals and may include:
– Vestibular rehabilitation
Specific exercises to address your dizziness and vertigo – this is tailored to you so no two treatments are entirely the same
– Balance Retraining
Helping you regain your steadiness and confidence in the real world, not just the clinic
– Repositioning manoeuvres
Such as the Epley and other manoeuvre to help treat BPPV
Throughout the process support will be given remotely between sessions in the clinic and should any issues arise, you only need to get in touch.
For any questions, further information about the services on offer and how the Dizziness, Balance & Concussion Centre can help just fill in the form and get in touch:
Dizziness, Balance & Concussion Centre
University Business Centre
Piece Mill, 25 – 27 Horton Street
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