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Don’t Suffer Any Longer. Regain Confidence and Control.

Vestibular or inner ear disorders can be debilitating and cause significant disruption to your daily life. By working with one of our expertly trained vestibular physios, you can expect to regain significant confidence in your body, and in many cases, recover completely.

Diagnosis

Following a thorough assessment, we will discuss the findings with you, so you have a clear understanding of what’s going on.

Rehabilitation Plan

Based on your initial assessment and  diagnosis, we'll design a treatment programme just for you, and support you through your recovery.

Confidence and control

You can expect to gain confidence and control back over your body, and will generally make a complete recovery.

Conditions We Treat

Exercise is beneficial not just for overall health; often, it can be more effective than many of the most commonly prescribed medications. Physical activity has proven evidence to support its effectiveness in conditions such as:

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Osteoarthritis

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Cardiovascular Disease

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Cancer

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Type 2 Diabetes

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Neurological Disorders

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Pulmonary Disease

What Is a vestibular or inner ear disorder?

A vestibular disorder, stemming from inner ear issues, disrupts balance and spatial awareness due to malfunctions in the vestibular system that communicates body position and movement to the brain. Symptoms like dizziness, vertigo, unsteadiness, and balance difficulties can greatly affect daily activities and simple tasks.

Common conditions that we treat include:

  • Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)
  • Vertigo
  • Concussion
  • Motion sensitivity
  • Migraine
  • Vestibular loss due to neuritis
  • Cervicogenic dizziness
  • Labyrinthitis
  • Vestibular migraine


Our team have completed extensive training in this area, so you can be confident you are in expert hands.

Concussion Treatment

Vestibular complications are common after a concussion. Our physiotherapy team works as part of the Axis ACC Concussion Service, providing individual treatment and support for those suffering from symptoms such as dizziness, headaches, ringing ears, nausea, fatigue, visual disturbances and other common concussion effects.

If you believe you have suffered a concussion and are suffering ongoing side effects, speak to your doctor about being referred into our service. Your GP can send a referral directly to us so that we can initiate your treatment as soon as possible.

What can I expect?

Exercise programmes are a common form of therapy designed to reduce vertigo and dizziness, enhance gaze stability or visual focus, improve balance and stability and reduce the risk of falls.  

We may also be able to help with other effects, such as neck pain and tension, headaches, nausea, fatigue, poor concentration and de-conditioning.

Common treatments include, repositioning manoeuvres, head and eye co-ordination exercises, balance and gait retraining, hands-on soft tissue and joint mobilisation, aerobic re-conditioning, and fall prevention strategies.

Treatment Costs

Physiotherapy services have different prices depending on your needs and type of injury, refer to our pricing page for more information.

Clinic Times and Locations

Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at St Johns

Fridays at North Shore

Monday to Friday at St Lukes

Frequently Asked Questions

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