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Did you know that approximately 35% of people over the age of 40 have experienced some form of dizziness or vertigo in a way that has affected them living life freely? Are you one of many who are struggling and looking for dizziness treatment in Newcastle?

This impact on your ability to function and complete tasks can hit pause on the rest of your life. The risk of injury from falls and bumps due to dizziness increases and the disorientation can be uncomfortable, unsettling, and in its worst cases quite scary. Thankfully, its highly likely that the causes of your dizziness can be treated or managed with specific manoeuvres and simple exercises.

There are three significant factors in maintaining our balance:

Firstly, the feeling of the ground beneath our feet.

Secondly, our sight and visual impressions of the world around us.

And lastly, our inner ears.

If you’ve ever experimented with a builder’s spirit level then you have encountered the basic concept of your inner ear, where there is fluid filled tubes that flow as we change the position of our head. This is the main part of your Vestibular System, which is the leading contributor to your sense of balance and special orientation.

Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) is the most common cause of vertigo and can often be resolved in just one or two sessions. Patients see our dizziness specialist an average of just three times to achieve a satisfactory resolution.

If you need dizziness treatment in Newcastle, book your 45-minute appointment with our specialist. Your medication will be reviewed, and your ears, eyes, and feet assessed, amongst other techniques to source the problems you’re experiencing. Then you will have a personalised treatment plan produced to treat you and your symptoms.

Enquire for more information on our website or book a FREE 15 minute phone consultation to discuss your options.

Kevin Kennedy

Director / Clinical Lead Physiotherapist

Kevin is an Advanced Manipulative Physiotherapist, Acupuncturist and Pilates instructor with a special interest in neuro-musculoskeletal dysfunctions and pain.

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