Is dizziness or vertigo stopping you from living a full and normal life?
Are you suffering from dizziness or vertigo that is impacting your everyday life?
Does it stop you doing the things you want to do?
Are you worried about your dizziness or vertigo?
Is dizziness and vertigo reducing your independence?
Do you find yourself avoiding social situations and not wanting to leave the house?
There is help!
At the Dizziness, Balance & Concussion Centre we understand how disruptive, distressing and frustrating life with dizziness and vertigo can be.
To see how we can help, request a FREE telephone consultation.
Talk to a therapist
Did you know?
It is estimated that 40% of people over the age of 40 years old will experience vertigo
Many wait months or even years for a diagnosis and potentially even longer to start treatment – leading to loss of confidence, isolation and poorer quality of life
When assessing vertigo, traditional Frenzel lenses have been shown to be only 33% accurate in displaying abnormal eye movements in those with known vestibular dysfunction.
That’s why the Dizziness, Balance & Concussion Centre uses infrared video goggles - which record eye movements - giving us a much more accurate picture as to what is happening and helping to eliminate false negatives
Vestibular disorders and poor balance are one of the most common causes of falls – having a significant impact on people and their families, as well as on the NHS and other services
Vestibular rehabilitation and balance retraining has been proven to significantly help those suffering from dizziness, vertigo and balance related issues
How we can help
Vertigo and dizziness has many different causes and effects everyone differently.
We take the time to get to you know you and your story, then closely assess different aspects of your balance system, which may include:
- Head and eye co-ordination
- Balance and gait
- Motion sensitivity
- Nystagmus - using infra-red
Each treatment programme is tailored to your specific circumstances and goals and may include:
- Vestibular rehabilitation
Specific exercises to address
your dizziness and vertigo
- Balance Retraining
Helping you regain your
steadiness and confidence
- Repositioning manoeuvres
Such as Epley's and other
manoevers to help treat BPPV
- Regain your independence
- Return to your hobbies and sports
- Gain an understanding of what is happening
- Take back control of your life and condition
- Able to get out and socialise
- Live a 'balanced' life!
Why choose us
The Dizziness, Balance & Concussion Centre is a specialist clinic run by an experienced therapist who will give you the time and expertise you need to get better.
With our central location, close to train and bus routes, and plenty of parking in the area we can cater for all needs and help you recover as quickly as possible.
Flexible appointment times and comfortable clinic, we make your recovery as easy as possible by understanding the difficulties vertigo and dizziness present.
What People Say
What a relief to be able to talk so someone who understands and has the time to explain about dizziness and strange symptoms associated with it. After a few months of treatment I feel better than I have done for 7 years. Thank you so much DB&CC.
Before finding the Dizziness, Balance & Concussion Centre I had seen numerous GP’s, ENT’s and Neurologists without getting a diagnosis I was confident with. None of these seemed to take the time or use in-depth tests to find out the real problem. John at the dizziness clinic couldn’t have been more different. He took real time, patience and understanding to get to the route of the dizziness with a real genuine interest in trying to help me get better. I cannot recommend him enough
Couldn’t ask for a better service really. I went in with concussion, whiplash and dizziness. John straight away worked his magic and after leaving on the first day I felt better already. After 4-5 sessions I feel back to myself with a lot of knowledge about what to do if any of my pains come back. Highly recommended from me. Thanks john.
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How to find us
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.