DizzyCare Clinic is a private vestibular physiotherapy clinic, established in 2012, to offer high-quality evidence-based vestibular physiotherapy.
DizzyCare Clinic is one of a very few clinics in the UK which exclusively offers specialist vestibular physiotherapy for patients with vestibular disorders.
DizzyCare Clinic aims to offer the first appointment within 48 hours after the initial request was made for an appointment
Our highly specialized vestibular physiotherapist will carry out a thorough assessment and will provide customized vestibular rehabilitation for patients with vertigo, dizziness, unsteadiness, and fear of falling caused by vestibular disorders.
We have a high success rate in diagnosis and treatment of BPPV, peripheral vestibular hypofunction, vestibular migraine and falls prevention etc. We are humbled to say that patients come to our DizzyCare Clinic from hundreds of miles away.
Samy has more than 20 years of experience in physiotherapy out of which more than 12 years he has been specialising in vestibular rehabilitation
Samy successfully completed Prof. Susan Herdman’s Vestibular Rehabilitation course and gained competency certification in 2009.
Robert Williams International award by CSP for a research poster presented at World Confederation of Physiotherapy (WCPT) Congress at Amsterdam in June 2011.Other employments
Samy works as a Senior Physiotherapist in the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Hospital Trust, Wolverhampton, West Midlands since 2006.
At DizzyCare Clinic we will try our best to help you to get rid of your dizziness and improve your balance so that you can do the things that you always enjoyed doing without fear/anxiety of getting attacks of dizziness.
Vestibular dizziness affects 1/3 of adults aged 40 years and older, according to a US study.
Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV), Labyrinthitis, Vestibular Neuritis, Vestibular migraine and vestibular hypofunction due to aging are the most common types of vestibular disorders.
Vestibular medications such as betahistine, prochlorperazine, and stemetil etc. are frequently used for vertigo and dizziness; these medications are helpful for a short term during acute attacks. Taking these drugs long-term can impede natural recovery and could even cause untoward side effects such as Parkinsonism.
Vestibular rehabilitation is an evidence-based approach to the assessment and treatment of vestibular disorders. Certain vestibular conditions such as BPPV can even be diagnosed and cured within one or two sessions. But, according to a UK based study, people are waiting on average 92 weeks (14-202 weeks) for the correct diagnosis and successful treatment in the NHS.
Customised vestibular rehabilitation under the supervision of vestibular specialist is superior to conventional approaches such as watchful waiting, vestibular medications, generic exercises and self-treatments using internet materials and Youtube instructions
Side lying test
BBQ 270°, BBQ 360°
Yacovino (Deep head hanging manoeuvre)
|Vestibular hypofunction (vestibular neuritis,
acoustic neuroma, etc)
|VOR Gaze stability test
Postural Stability tests
|VOR gaze stability exercises
Postural stability exercises
Static and dynamic balance retraining
|Multisensory disequilibrium of aging||Multifactorial balance assessment||Falls risk identification ,
falls prevention strategies
Static and dynamic balance exercises
Balance- confidence building exercises
|Vestibular Migraine||ICHD-3 (A1.6.6 Vestibular migraine)||Customised vestibular rehabilitation
Food and Life style advice
|Visual Vertigo||Situational Characteristics Questionnaire||Virtual reality exercises|
|Motion Hypersensitivity||Motion Sensitivity Quotient||Habituation exercises|
Referral to the DizzyCare Clinic
We accept self-referrals from patients and family, GP referral, consultant referral and referrals from Insurance companies, solicitors, and case managers
What to expect when you are at the DizzyCare Clinic?
First, we will conduct a thorough assessment through detailed history taking, physical examination & special tests to find out the underlying cause/causes of your dizziness, unsteadiness, and vertigo
Once the underlying cause of dizziness is established, we will choose the right type of treatments to address your dizziness, unsteadiness, and risk of falling.