Everyone likes to pretend they can fly.
Why let vertigo affect that?

Do you feel...

A sensation of motion, spinning, or falling when moving your head quickly, or changing your position (for example, when getting in and out of bed)?
Uncomfortable trying to walk in the dark?
That walking down grocery store aisles or through a mall is disturbing?
Your feet just won’t go where you want them to?
A sense of unsteadiness? A feeling that you are not surefooted?
Difficulty keeping your balance as you walk on different surfaces, e.g. from tile to carpet?
That you are drifting or being pulled to one side when walking?
That no-one really understands how frustrating all this is?
If you answered ‘Yes’ to two or more of these questions, it’s time to consider a vestibular and equilibrium evaluation. The good news, is that in 90% of cases, a balance disorder can be successfully treated once properly diagnosed.

Do you feel...

Everyone likes to pretend they can fly.

Why let vertigo affect that?

Balance and Dizziness


Do you experience one of the three common symptoms of a vestibular disorder?

When you feel like the world is revolving around you: there is a sense of spinning even while you’re standing or sitting still.
Here you may feel a sense of giddiness when you move your head, often accompanied by lightheadedness.
Feeling a sensation of unsteadiness or imbalance that is worsened by movement or environmental influences.


There are several causes of vertigo, dizziness or balance disorders. The exact cause of your specific condition can only be determined as part of an extensive evaluation. Although vertigo and dizziness are generally caused by the ear, nerves or central disorder. Other causes include medical disorders, infections, anaemia, diabetes mellitus, psychiatric disorders or drugs.


Our Assesment

What you need to know about our Assessments
  • They usually require approximately 3 hours of your time.
  • We conduct an extensive evaluation possibly consulting with several professionals. Additional members of the team usually include an ear nose and throat (ENT) specialist and/or a neurologist.
  • The assessment may leave you feeling slightly dizzy or off-balance, so it’s a good idea to arrange for someone else to drive you home afterwards.
  • Diagnostic hearing assessment
  • Posture and gait assessment (using Computerised Dynamic Posturography)
  • Positional and positioning assessment
  • Videonystagmography (VNG) including caloric testing
  • Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) testing
  • Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potentials (VEMPS)
  • Video Head-Impulse Test (vHIT)
  • Dynamic Visual Acuity (DVA) & Gaze Stabilisation Test (GST)
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