A clinic dedicated to the management and treatment of vertigo, dizziness, balance and concussion disorders - working with you to get the best outcomes and living a balanced life as quickly as possible.
Dizziness affects people of all ages leading to absence from work, changes in daily routine, hobbies, loss of control, isolation and falls. Unfortunately, many doctors do not have the time or experience to manage and treat the condition successfully, which leads to many people suffering unnecessary for weeks, months or even years.
Concussion is classed as a mild traumatic brain injury, mostly associated (but not exclusively) with head trauma. Managed correctly, concussion can be treated successfully with a successful return to daily, work and sporting activity.
At the Dizziness, Balance & Concussion Centre we aim to improve the understanding and treatment of dizziness and concussion while helping to improve the quality of life of those who suffer with such conditions.
I am a physiotherapist with over 13 years experience and a passion for helping people suffering from dizziness and concussion related conditions.
After qualifying as a physiotherapist in 2006 at the University of Huddersfield, my career has seen me practice in various settings, from the NHS, BUPA and private clinics in Toronto.
Over the years I have realised that treatment options and care available to patients with dizziness and concussion issues are lacking. For many it takes months, or even years, to get a proper assessment and effective treatment - meaning people are suffering unnecessarily rather than enjoying their lives to the fullest.
Concussion is a hot topic, but often mismanaged and misunderstood in the medical community and media. Many medical training courses do not cover concussion effectively, meaning the advice given is to rest - whereas, the research shows there is a lot more to it than that.
The Dizziness, Balance & Concussion Centre, was set up to help people suffering from dizziness, unbalance and concussion and get them living a full and active life as quickly as possible.
Contact me to discuss any concerns or issues relating to dizziness or concussion and start your recovery today!
How to get here
Dizziness, Balance & Concussion Centre is located at the
University Business Centre - Halifax
25-27 Horton Street
Halifax, West Yorkshire
(Next to the South Gate of the Piece Hall)
Parking is available at various car parks within a 5-minute walk, including Woolshops, Eureka and on-street parking - for more information click
Halifax train station located less than 200 meters walk away - just come out of the station, cross the road and walk up Horton Street and the University Business Centre is on the right hand side.
Lift access is available at the Cross Street entrance, with another entrance on Horton Street.
On arrival, please ring the intercom and proceed to reception on Floor 1 to sign-in.
Should you have any issues, please do not hesitate to call on 07401 842311
and someone will come and help.