Dizzy Day Clinics has been providing vestibular physiotherapy services in Melbourne since 2006.

The Dizzy Day team of physiotherapists has many years of experience in the area of vestibular rehabilitation and every year helps hundreds of people suffering from dizziness and balance problems.

Are you dizzy?

It is estimated that around 15% of all people suffer from dizziness and that the most common causes are related to inner ear (vestibular) problems. For some the impact of having a balance problem is enormously significant and can cause them to become anxious and depressed. You are not alone and we can help ...

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What is vestibular rehabilitation?

It is possible to significantly reduce dizziness and improve balance using specialised vestibular exercises, which are designed to re-calibrate the balance system. While the outcomes are dramatic for some, others have to work hard to improve and better manage their symptoms.

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Focused and experienced

Our team are all physiotherapists with many years of experience in vestibular rehabilitation and are well known throughout Australia. Having worked with thousands of people with dizziness since 2006, we recognise that everyone is different and will tailor our vestibular program to meet your specific needs.

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Do you suffer from dizziness, vertigo or impaired balance?

Contact our friendly staff today to arrange a consultation.

Experts in dizziness and balance problems.

Dizziness is a surprisingly common reason that people present to their local doctor and there are a variety of causes for it.

At Dizzy Day Clinics we specifically focus on the assessment and management of dizziness and balance problems that are caused by a problem within the inner ear (vestibular) balance system. Dizziness related to a problem within the vestibular system is usually triggered or aggravated by movements of your head and body. For example, many people we see will say that they are fine sitting completely still, but feel very dizzy or unsteady when they stand up and turn their head quickly or bend over towards the floor.

Common causes of dizziness and balance problems that we can help to treat include (but are not limited to):

  • Vestibular neuronitis
  • Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)
  • Vestibular migraine
  • Central vestibular problems (stroke, MS, post-trauma)
  • and many others ...

What to expect when you come to see us

Vestibular rehabilitation involves a customised program of vestibular exercises that are designed to re-calibrate the balance system. A typical vestibular rehabilitation program may include:

  • specific exercises to reduce dizziness
  • eye-head coordination exercises
  • balance exercises
  • fitness training
  • education about specific vestibular conditions and how to best manage them

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