Texas Dizziness Center

New Patient

This is where
your road to
recovery starts

Patients may be self-referred or referred by a physician. The process begins with an evaluation where patient’s medical history relative to his or her dizziness and balance problem is reviewed along with examination and tests to assess gait, eyes, and balance. Further testing may be recommended to gather additional information to assist in diagnosis.

To save yourself some time please download and fill out your intake forms prior to your visit.

What to expect in treatment

• Balance retraining and balance strategies to help the body to regain balance through a variety of exercises.

• Habituation exercises to help the body to decrease dizziness by repeatedly exposing it to a stimulus.

• Sensory organization techniques and gaze stabilization strategies to help the body to use its senses to overcome dizziness and decreased balance.

• Canalith repositioning maneuvers are performed to manipulate the calcium crystals found in the inner ear and thus decreasing vertigo.

• Therapy sessions vary according to your specific needs, but typically include therapy 1-3 times per week for approximately 8 weeks.

Payment Options


We accept most insurance plans including Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Healthcare, and Aetna..

No Insurance

We have flexible payment plans for patients with no insurance


We will accept LOP on a case-by-case manner


We accept personal injury protection

We are currently accepting new patients

Feeling dizzy, having balance problems related or not to a head injury? Find help now. We have a full team of professionals that could assist you in your journey to feeling your best again.