Gillian Anderton Physiotherapy, physiotherapists in belfast, county down
About Gillian Anderton Physiotherapy
Based in Comber, Northern Ireland, Gillian Anderton Physiotherapy is one of the few vestibular rehabilitation practitioners in the country. Trained to treat people suffering imbalance and dizziness problems such as benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), meniere’s disease, vestibular neuritis, migraines, age related imbalance, head injuries and whiplash. When you undertake vestibular rehabilitation with Gillian Anderton Physiotherapy at her clinic in County Down, she will carry out a range of specialist exercises to help alleviate your imbalance and dizziness problems.
Vestibular rehabilitation is a form of physiotherapy that uses a range of specialist exercises that help to retrain your brain to recognise and sort signals from your inner ear to work properly eyes, muscles and joints. The specialists exercises carried out during vestibular rehabilitation also help to improve your balance system, making it less sensitive to movement. Vestibular rehabilitation is available from County Down based Gillian Anderton Physiotherapy.
If your imbalance and dizziness problems are related to benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BVVP) then book an appointment at Gillian Anderton Physiotherapy clinic. She will use a range of specialist exercises and treatments such as the epley manoeuvre to successfully treat your benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV). Meniere’s disease is caused by an abnormality of the fluid in the inner ear which can cause hearing loss and imbalance and dizziness problems. Vestibular rehabilitation is also an effective treatment for meniere’s disease, the treatment is available from Gillian Anderton Physiotherapy and is available to people in and the County Down area.
For people suffering from Vestibular Neuritis (labyrinthitis) which causes a range of symptoms and can also cause imbalance and dizziness problems, vestibular rehabilitation could be a successful alternative treatment for you. As well as an effective treatment for vestibular neuritis, it can also be used to treat acoustic neuroma which also causes your body to suffer from imbalance and dizziness problems. Available from Gillian Anderton Physiotherapy in County Down, who will carry out a range of specialist exercises to help treat your vestibular neuritis or acoustic neuroma.
Gillian Anderton Physiotherapy of County Down, has been trained to provide an effective treatment for a number of imbalance and dizziness problems. Using specialist exercises she can help alleviate and treat migraines, head injuries and whiplash and age related dizziness and imbalance problems.
Offering vestibular rehabilitation to people in and around County Down for a number of years, Gillian Anderton Physiotherapy has helped to alleviate and treat a number of imbalance and dizziness problems such as benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), meniere’s disease, vestibular neuritis, acoustic neuroma, migraines, head injuries and whiplash and age related imbalance and dizziness problems.
To book an appointment with Gillian Anderton Physiotherapy at her County Down based clinic, simply give her a call or visit her website.
Gillian Anderton Physiotherapy Reviews
I have been a patient of Gillian's for several years now and I consider myself lucky to have been introduced to her. She is always a pleasure to visit and although her profound knowledge of anatomy makes for an occasional tender spot getting a pounding, the benefits are usually quick to manifest themselves. I believe her to be an excellent physiotherapist who gives conscientious treatment which is not expensive. I always find it easy to recommend her to friends and family.
At last found someone who fully understands and knows how to help ,Gillian has designed core exercises and constantly gave good and honest advice in what is a frustrating recovery process. It was great to attend a physio who works on affected area without any gadgets or gizmos and I would recommend Gillian to anyone suffering with muscular/nerve pain.
He had been off his feet for 5 months and although he had received the standard NHS Physio he hadn't made much headway as their time is so limited. We "the family" decided we would employ a private physio to give dad the best chance of overturning that plan. Thanks to the wonders of Google I tracked her down and she sent a wonderful physio called John to the nursing home where dad was staying.John emailed me the various exercises he would be doing with dad and suggested I share this with the other family members so whenever we were visiting dad we could help him practice. The time John spent working with dad proved a success, he is now going to be returning to his own house which he is ecstatic about. I really can't recommend this service enough to anyone who finds themselves in this same situation with a elderly relative. The NHS Physios are simply spread too thin and have nowhere near enough time to spend working with their patients.
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