Vertigo: What It Is, Symptoms, and Treatment Options Including Chiropractic Care

Posted in Head Disorder on Oct 7, 2022

Do you feel like the world is spinning around you? Do objects in your environment seem to be moving when they are not? If so, you may be experiencing vertigo. Vertigo is a feeling of being lost in your own body - it can be an extremely unsettling experience. In this blog post, we will discuss the symptoms of vertigo as well as some treatment options including chiropractic care. Chiropractic care is effective for both children and adults alike and can help reduce or eliminate the symptoms of vertigo.

What is vertigo  

Vertigo is a type of dizziness that can make you feel off-balance and unsteady. It's often caused by a problem with the inner ear, although it can also be caused by other conditions.

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Vertigo causes

Many different things can cause vertigo. One common cause is inner ear problems. This can be caused by infections, inflammation, or injury to the inner ear. Other causes include migraines, stroke, and multiple sclerosis. In some cases, the exact cause of vertigo cannot be determined.

Vertigo Symptoms 

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Symptoms of vertigo can include feeling like you're spinning or swaying, feeling off balance, feeling unsteady on your feet, and nausea. Vertigo can make it hard to walk or even stand up.

Vertigo treatment 

Vertigo is a feeling of being off balance or dizzy and can be caused by many things such as an inner ear infection, migraines, or even something as simple as dehydration. However, for some people, vertigo can be a chronic condition that lasts for months or even years. Chiropractic care is one treatment option that is effective for both children and adults alike. Chiropractors use a variety of techniques to help relieve vertigo symptoms such as manual adjustments, exercises, and electrical stimulation. 

Vertigo in adults

Adults who suffer from vertigo often have a variety of other conditions that overlap with it. For example, they may also experience migraines or neck pain and may be diagnosed as having either BPPV (bulging disc) epilepsy or cervical radiculopathy. Treating these issues will alleviate your symptoms in most cases!

Vertigo in kids

Pediatric patients have a variety of conditions that can cause vertigo. Some examples include ear infections, concussions, or severe fevers and another relevant health history should be taken into consideration when treating these kids because they are particularly susceptible to cervical spine dysfunction caused by Cervicogenic 

Chiropractic Care 

Chiropractic Care is an effective treatment option for vertigo. A study published in the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics found that chiropractic care was effective in reducing symptoms of vertigo. If you or someone you know suffers from vertigo, please consult with a qualified chiropractor to see if this could be a treatment option for you. Upper Cervical and Vertigo

When you experience vertigo, there is a problem with your inner ear and the Vestibule. This part of our brains tells us what direction we're facing so that when anything moves towards or away from it quickly enough for this signal to be sent off correctly then an appropriate muscle will contract accordingly preventing falls over by making sure any movement within one's body stays under control even if they are moving around while standing still at times

Upper cervical chiropractic care is an effective treatment option for vertigo. There are various types of vertigo, each with its own set of symptoms and causes. upper cervical chiropractors are specially trained to identify the source of your vertigo and recommend a course of treatment that will help you find relief.

If you suffer from vertigo, don't hesitate to seek out upper cervical chiropractic care. It could be the difference between living with vertigo and living a normal, healthy life. For more information on upper cervical chiropractic care and vertigo, please contact our office. We would be happy to answer any questions you may have or schedule a consultation. 

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