Our range of services related to

Vertigo and vestibular therapy

Assessment and treatment of acute and chronic vestibular issues

A vestibular disorder can be caused by:


•    BPPV (Benign Paroxsymal Positional Vertigo)

•    Normal aging process

•    Nose, throat or ear infection or virus

•    Head injury

•    Mennieres Disease


Depending on the assessment findings, an appropriate rehabilitation program may include several of the following:
•    Repositioning manoeuvre for BPPV

•    Gaze Stability, Habituation and /or Postural stability exercises

•    Balance retraining exercises

•    Supervised therapy sessions to monitor progress and continually challenge the vestibular,   visual, and balance systems

•    Individualized vestibular exercises to perform at home

Joanne (Jo) Eames is the Physiotherapist at Focus Health who is qualified to treat vestibular disorders. She works at Te Mata Clinic providing a thorough assessment to diagnose and treat a wide range of vestibular issues.

Havelock North


Te Mata Clinic

87a Te Mata Road


(06) 877 6897



Royston Centre

325 Prospect Road


(06) 878 3044



Onekawa Clinic

17 Maadi Road


(06) 842 1473