BPPV is a common vestibular disorder that causes vertigo, dizziness, and other symptoms. It is caused by debris or 'crystals', which are made of calcium carbonate, being in the wrong part of the inner ear. With head movement, the displaced crystals move, relaying false information to the brain and triggering the dizzy symptoms.
Migraine, which is typically associated with headache, can also cause dizziness and imbalance. We can help you understand and manage your Migraine.
Labyrinthitis and vestibular neuritis are caused by an infection that inflames nerve of the inner ear. This can cause a sudden onset of severe vertigo and imbalance. We can help diagnose the affected ear and provide rehabilitative exercises to get you back on track.
Concussion is a mild traumatic brain injury which can cause multiple symptoms, both acute and chronic. We can guide you with your post-concussive rehabilitation with a focus on
Return to Learn, Work and/or Play.
The neck can cause and contribute to your dizzy symptoms. It rarely causes an 'external spinning vertigo' but rather a sense of disequilibrium and 'wooziness' with head and neck movement. Neck stiffness and pain can commonly be present.
Ménière’s disease is condition of the inner ear that causes 'attacks' or 'episodes' of symptoms such as vertigo, tinnitus, a feeling of fullness or pressure in the ear, and fluctuating hearing. It is due to an increase of a fluid pressure in the inner ear. We are here to support you and help you manage your Ménière’s with vestibular rehabilitation.
3PD causes dizziness, imbalance and motion intolerance. 3PD usually starts after an acute vertigo event, but also may occur for unknown reasons. Symptoms can be aggravated by environmental or social scenarios (e.g. crowds). We can help with vestibular rehabilitation and desensitisation.