Meet the team
The Dizzy Day team are all are physiotherapists with many years of experience in the area of vestibular rehabilitation. As regular contributors to academic research, professional training programmes, health conferences and other collaborations, the team is well known throughout Australia.
Kate Murray (PhD)
Dizzy Day Clinics was established in 2006 by Dr Kate Murray. Kate has been specialising in the area of vestibular rehabilitation for the past 20 years.
Kate has completed a PhD in vestibular rehabilitation at the University of Melbourne and conducts regular vestibular rehabilitation physiotherapy training courses in conjunction with the APA. She completed training in vestibular rehabilitation in the USA and Australia with internationally recognised expert Susan Herdman. Kate regularly attends the Neuro-Otology Society of Australia (NOTSA) meetings that are held every year, bringing together vestibular specialists from all over the world.
Arimbi has been working in the area of neurological rehabilitation and falls prevention for over twenty years. She has been specialising in vestibular rehabilitation for the past fifteen years.
Arimibi completed her Masters in Physiotherapy at LaTrobe University and conducts regular vestibular rehabilitation physiotherapy training courses in conjunction with the APA. She completed training in vestibular rehabilitation with Susan Herdman and regularly attends the Neuro-Otology Society of Australia (NOTSA) and Barany Society (International Society for Neuro-Otology) meetings.
Mandy has been working in the area of neurological rehabilitation for over twenty years.
She has developed a particular interest in vestibular rehabilitation after training with Susan Herdman and has worked in this area in both Australia and New Zealand. She regularly attends the annual Neuro-Otology Society of Australia (NOTSA) meetings.
Laura has worked in the field of neurological and vestibular rehabilitation since graduating.
She has a keen interest in vestibular rehabilitation having completed training in this field with Susan Herdman. She regularly attends the Neuro-Otology Society of Australia (NOTSA) meetings. She intends to complete her Masters of Physiotherapy in 2016.
Belinda has been working in the area of vestibular rehabilitation since 1999. She has run hospital based vestibular rehabilitation programs in both Melbourne and London, UK.
Belinda has also conducted both research and education (of undergraduate and qualified physiotherapists) in the area of vestibular rehabilitation. She has been instrumental in building relationships with leading vestibular specialists in the USA.
Alastair is a Vestibular and Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist (as awarded by the College of Physiotherapists).
He has a particular interest in dizziness, especially when it is accompanied by neck pain and headaches.He treats both vestibular and cervicogenic sources of dizziness and has over 20 years clinical experience. He also regularly presents to physiotherapists and medical practitioners about dizziness and persistent pain disorders, including Masters students at Latrobe University.