About our clinic
About Alan Sealy
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"I'm dizzy" - What to expect
The Balance System
Common Causes of Dizziness
How can we can help? - VRT
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Welcome to Aberdeen Balance Clinic, Scotland's specialist balance centre, offering you a one-stop assessment, diagnosis and treatment programme for your dizziness, vertigo or imbalance.

Aberdeen Balance Clinic is situated at In Balance Physiotherapy, 111 High Street, Aberdeen, and is the development of Alan Sealy, a leading Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist and expert in Vestibular Rehabilitation.

Treatment success rate is extremely high and the prognosis for most vestibular (balance) disorders is very good. The latest research evidence demonstrates the positive effects of vestibular treatment / rehabilitation.

Welcome to the Balance Clinic and help for your vertigo, dizziness or imbalance!

*** News ***   

SAGA Magazine  May 2011 - "When the world spins..." An overview of vestibular disorders and the role of specialist physiotherapy vestibular treatment, including a case history from one of Alan Sealy's patients.          

Case Notes BBC Radio 4, 25.08.10- A special feature on dizziness, vertigo and balance disorders, from the Balance Clinic at St Guys hospital, London. Some of the featured physios were taught by Alan Sealy! It's well worth listening to: www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006th1n

2012 courses - The programme of courses for physiotherapists, osteopaths, chiropractors and doctors is available at www.heseminars.com

'Dizziness - An introduction to vestibular assessment, treatment and rehabilitation' is occurring in Perth in February, and Hereford in March. An ideal multidisciplinary introduction to the subject. 

New Course:- "Challenging Dizziness" - Advanced Vestibular Rehabilitation. This is occurring in Wirral in March. Suitable for practitioners with experience of working with vestibular disorders this course looks at exciting new concepts in rehabilitation, integrates cervical manual therapy with vestibular dysfunction and tackles the more complicated forms of compensated vertigo and central vestibular disorders. See www.heseminars.com for details.