Everyone is different!
No two dizziness problems are the same, so every treatment program is tailored to you and your specific problem. But generally our approach is as described below.
Your first appointment will involve an initial assessment by a physiotherapist experienced in the asessment and treatment of dizziness and balance problems (approx 90 minutes).
An individualised treatment program will then be developed to address specific goals. Once you have agreed this with the physiotherapist, you will need to continue the exercises in your own home, until the next appointment.
At subsequent appointments your physio will assess your progress and your exercises will be updated as appropriate (approx. 45 minutes per appointment). The number of appointments will vary depending upon the individual and the problem being addressed and you will discuss this with your physiotherapist.
We have two vestibular rehabilitation clinics in:
- Richmond. This is our main treatment location, with three consultation areas, an equipped gym, two vestibular treatment beds and a large waiting room.
- East Melbourne. We also operate a private clinic at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital.
To arrange an appointment simply fill in this form. It helps if you can give us a bit of background about how dizziness is affecting you. In particular it is useful to know if you feel dizzy all the time, or if it is triggered by certain movements or situations. Otherwise just leave your contact details and we will get back to you as soon as we can (normally the same day).
Alternatively you are welcome to give us a call directly on 9029 9644.
Speak soon, the Dizzy Day Team.
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Some extra resources if you would like to learn a bit more!
There is lots of information on the internet about dizziness and vestibular rehabilitation, but the two links below are more credible than most, so we suggest you start there.
Remember to consult your doctor, or a specialist like ourselves, before you do too much self-diagnosis!