Vestibular Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is a science-based health care profession concerned with human function and movement. Our number one aim is to help people with pain, dysfunction or injury. We assess, diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions using exercise therapy, joint mobilistaions, soft tissue work and electrotherapy. We aim to prevent these injuries from reoccurring through advice and patient education. The patient is always an active participant in their treatment.
You need to look for a Chartered Physiotherapist. You can do this on the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists (ISCP) website. Chartered ensures your physiotherapist has completed a University degree and has done the correct amount of undergraduate training.
If you have any information about your presenting complaint bring it to your initial physiotherapy session. If you have any investigations such as x-rays, MRI or scans, a list of any current medication, Doctor or Consultant letters, bring them to your physiotherapy assessment. If it is your lower limb bring a pair of shorts or if it is a running injury bring in your runners.
If you are experiencing dizziness or vertigo that is affecting your life we can help. Vestibular Physiotherapy referred to as Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT) is a highly effective treatment modality for most individuals with vestibular or central balance system disorders.
Vertigo, dizziness and spinning are symptoms of Neuritis, BPPV, Labyrinthitis, PPPD or Concussion and can be effectively treated by VRT for almost all individuals with vertigo/ dizziness. VRT is a specific form of physio designed to improve balance, minimize falls and decrease dizziness by restoring vestibular function. You will carry our exercises several times per day that are specific to your condition. These will be progressed or modified as your symptoms resolve.
Ben has had great results with patients experiencing dizziness and vertigo. He is our Vestibular expert in the clinic and is happy to talk you through any questions you may have or the procedure of the treatment and exercise program. Some patients have been helped in as little as 1 session while most will see an improvement in 3 sessions. You will need an hour appointment for your Initial visit in order for Ben to carry out a full assessment.
Chartered Physiotherapist (MISCP, CORU) 
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If you would like to book a free discovery call to talk with Ben please do so or you can book an appointment online or through our Front of House Team on the number above.

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