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Calgary Vertigo and Dizziness Clinic

Have you suffered from dizziness?
Dizziness is a leading cause of visits to physicians and emergency rooms.

Our experienced vestibular therapists can help!
Our vestibular therapists use techniques to assess your condition and determine if physiotherapy would be beneficial for you.
We can provide treatment for vertigo as a result of BPPV, perform vestibular rehabilitation following an infection or concussion, treat your neck pain and headaches, and provide you with exercises to help with motion sensitivity!

We can treat all of the following conditions:                         
- Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)
- Labarynthitis or Vestibular Neuritis (Ear Infection)
- Motion Sensitivity
- Post-Concussion Symptoms
- Cervicogenic Dizziness (neck problems)

Vestibular Physical Therapists
Kim Weber-B.Sc.P.T.

Stacey Tessier , BScPt, CAFCI, CGIMS
Stacey graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 2000 and has been practicing with Panther Sports Medicine since 2007. She has an extensive background in orthopaedic practice with certifications in Gunn IMS, spinal manipulations and acupuncture and is pursuing a diploma in manual therapy. Stacey has been practicing vestibular rehabilitation since 2009 and received her vestibular rehabilitation certification from Emory University in 2013.

Cardel Place

- Address: 11950 Country Village Link NE, Calgary, Alberta, T3K 6E3
- Located in Cardel Place Recreation Complex in Harvest Hills (North-central Calgary). The clinic is at the east end of complex, via the main entrance, OR via elevator from the east entrance. There is plenty of free parking.
- Hours: Monday to Friday 7am to 7pm
- Phone:403-226-5733
- Fax:403-226-5703

- Address:10003 – 24th Street SW, Calgary, AB, T2V 5K3
- Located in the North East corner of the Co-op shopping mall complex on the corner of Southland drive and 24th street. The clinic is in the same buliding as Oakridge Medical Centre. Plenty of free parking available at the mall.
- Hours:Monday to Friday 7am to 7pm
- Phone:403-258-2659
- Fax:403-259-3633


There are many ways to access funding options when seeking treatment at our centres.

Extended health benefit plans

Physiotherapy treatment is usually covered in health benefit plans. Check your plan for coverage details and if your insurer requires a doctor referral for reimbursement. Depending on your insurance company, you may even have access to direct billing.

Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) coverage

If you are injured at work, WCB will normally approve up to 21 treatment visits over six weeks. WCB pays for the first visit and after reports are submitted they will notify us if you claim has been accepted. Contact our clinics for more information.

Automobile insurance

If you have been injured in a car accident seek treatment within 10 days of your accident. Your insurance company will normally pre-approve up to 21 treatment visits over a 12 week period. You can consult a licensed physiotherapist directly and you do not need a physician referral.

Veteran’s Affairs, Canadian Armed Forces, RCMP

If you are a veteran or currently serving with the Armed Forces or the RCMP, you may have access to funding for therapy services through your government benefits. Contact Panther Sports and your health coordinator for more information.