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My approach

I’m passionate about helping individuals regain their balance and improve their quality of life through pragmatic, practical, patient-centred, and evidence-based interventions.

Evidence-based practice

In the world of healthcare, we know that one size does not fit all. That’s why I prioritise evidence-based practice in vestibular rehabilitation therapy. This means that the interventions and treatments I recommend are rooted in the most up-to-date and scientifically proven research. By staying at the forefront of medical advancements, I can provide you with the best possible care tailored to your unique needs.

When it comes to vestibular rehabilitation, evidence-based practice means using techniques and exercises that have been rigorously tested and shown to be effective in improving balance, reducing dizziness, and enhancing overall vestibular function. My commitment to evidence-based practice ensures that you receive the most current and effective treatments available.

Patient-Centred Care

Dizziness is far from a mere inconvenience; it can significantly impact one’s daily life and overall well-being. Persistent dizziness can disrupt even the simplest of tasks, from walking and standing to driving and working. The physical and emotional toll of these symptoms is considerable, often leading to frustration and decreased quality of life.

With a profound understanding of the complex nature of dizziness and balance disorders, I try to offer hope and solutions to those who have struggled to find answers. Many people associate psychology solely with mental health, but I view it as a broader lens through which we can better understand human behaviour, emotions, and thought processes, all of which play a crucial role in the success of vestibular rehabilitation therapy. 

Understanding how individuals think, feel, and behave in the context of their vestibular challenges is paramount to achieving positive outcomes. Through these principles, I aim to empower you with strategies that will help you to recover, ultimately leading to a better quality of life.

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