Dizziness refers to a sense of unsteadiness or lightheadedness, making it difficult to maintain balance and orientation. Causes can range from inner ear problems to blood pressure changes, dehydration, anxiety, or medication side effects. Identifying the root cause is crucial for determining the right treatment.
Vertigo is a distinct form of dizziness characterized by a false sensation of spinning or movement, often tied to inner ear issues. Conditions like benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), vestibular neuritis, Meniere's disease, or labyrinthitis can trigger intense vertigo spells, along with nausea, vomiting, and impaired balance.
Our team of movement therapists specialises in the assessment and treatment of individuals experiencing dizziness and vertigo, conditions that can significantly disrupt one's quality of life.
We use a unique approach called vestibular rehabilitation, which targets the inner ear and the brain to improve balance and reduce these sensations.
In our thorough assessment, we consider the individual experience of dizziness, enabling precise identification of contributing factors.
We then create personalised treatment plans involving specialised techniques such as vestibular exercises, gaze stabilisation, habituation exercises, and balance training to reduce dizziness and enhance mobility.
At Movement Therapy, we're here to help you regain control of your health and improve your quality of life. We take pride in being leaders in treating balance issues and guiding you toward feeling better and more stable through our personalised care and expert support.