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  • Barnet: 78 Crescent Rd, London, Barnet EN4 9RJ, UK
  • Whetstone: 3 Totteridge Ln, Whetstone, London N20 0EX, UK
  • Tufnell Park: 144 Fortess Rd, London NW5 2HP, UK

Phone: 020 8368 9220

Opening Hours

Monday – 09:00 to 21:00
Tuesday – 09:00 to 21:00
Wednesday – 09:00 – 21:00
Thursday – 09:00 – 21:00
Friday – 09:00 – 21:00
Saturday – 09:00 – 17:00
Sunday – CLOSED


IMPORTANT COVID-19 UPDATE - we are open for business but all appointments will now take place online. Physiotherapy/Sports Therapy, Osteopathy and Injury Rehabilitation all available.

When we think of Vertigo we automatically associate it with Dizziness. Whilst the two conditions are often used interchangeably, they are actually different conditions with different causes for each one.

Vertigo – did you ever spin around really fast as a child and then the room would continue to spin even though you were standing still? Or go on those tea cup rides at the fair and it feels like the Earth is spinning around at a million miles an hour? Well that’s vertigo, the sensation of spinning when you’re standing still.

Our Approach to Care

Bodylogics Physiotherapy is designed to:

  • Improve joint mobility and strength
  • Relieve pain and discomfort
  • Restore normal function to the body
  • Improve general well-being
  • Integrate you back into full physical function
  • Assess, diagnose and treat all musculo-skeltal conditions

Dizziness – Dizziness is in fact an umbrella term for a range of possible sensations. It could be the feeling of imbalance also known as disequilibrium, near syncope (or lightheadedness where you feel like you might faint), vertigo or sometimes even the feeling of anxiety.

It’s the job of your healthcare professional to ask you specific questions to try to ascertain whether you are experiencing vertigo or dizziness. These questions will include when you get your symptoms, whether or not you feel sick, how long it lasts as well as other questions that may relate to whether or not you smoke, your age, etc. They will also conduct certain tests that might try and evoke your symptoms depending on what they think the cause may be. Whilst this might feel uncomfortable at the time, it’s only done so that they can come to the right diagnosis and give you the best cause of treatment possible. In some cases it might result in referral to your local GP for medication or further examination.

The causes of dizziness and vertigo vary. They can be as simple as having slight issues with how the neck and eye are functioning in relation to one another, to issues with the inner part of your ear called the vestibular system, to the much more serious causes related to the vascular system. It is recommended that you go and see your healthcare professional as quickly as possible if you are experiencing either dizziness or vertigo so they can find out what is causing it and get you the best form of treatment as quickly as possible.