Successful Vertigo Relief Method in McKinney, Texas



Vertigo Relief, Dizziness Relief, Dizzy, Meniere’s Disease Relief, Vertigo, Dizziness, Meniere’s , Meniere’s Disease If you ever feel like the room spinning or have other false sensations of motion, then you are experiencing vertigo. Acute attacks can come about suddenly and last anywhere from a few moments to a few hours or more. A severe bout can lead to nausea or cause a person to fall. As a result, a person’s life may be greatly affected by these episodes, especially if they are severe and occur frequently.

In fact, in a study performed over the course of a decade, vertigo was revealed to be a major reason for ER visits in the US. In part, this is due to the fact that vertigo can be just one symptom of a very serious problem such as stroke or a cardiac issue. However, the vast majority of vertigo attacks are not life threatening.

If vertigo is not related to a medical emergency, what options are available for finding relief? Some medications are used by doctors such a calcium channel blockers, beta blockers, or even tricyclic antidepressants. However, these drugs are simply provided to mask symptoms of vertigo rather than correcting the underlying problem.

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Fighting Vertigo at Its Source

Instead of treating vertigo symptoms, why not search for the underlying cause of vertigo so as to stop it from occurring in the first place? While the underlying cause cannot be identified in every case of vertigo, for many it is related to a misalignment of the upper cervical spine. When a person falls, is in a car accident, or is injured in some other way, the top bones of the spine may become misaligned. This can affect nerves, soft tissue, and even the vertebral arteries. As a result, vertigo may occur.

If you are experiencing vertigo, especially if you have any form of head or neck trauma in your history, it is a good idea to have the upper cervical spine examined to look for misalignments. At Crowder Specific Chiropractic, our entire practice is focused on finding and correcting C1 and C2 subluxations. If a person’s vertigo springs from this issue, he or she may find that vertigo significantly improves when the problem is corrected by a gentle adjustment.  

If you ever feel like the room spinning or have other false sensations of motion, then you are experiencing vertigo. Acute attacks can come about suddenly and last anywhere from a few moments to a few hours or more. A severe bout can lead to nausea or cause a person to fall. As a result, a person’s life may be greatly affected by these episodes, especially if they are severe and occur frequently.

In fact, in a study performed over the course of a decade, vertigo was revealed to be a major reason for ER visits in the US. In part, this is due to the fact that vertigo can be just one symptom of a very serious problem such as stroke or a cardiac issue. However, the vast majority of vertigo attacks are not life threatening.

If vertigo is not related to a medical emergency, what options are available for finding relief? Some medications are used by doctors such a calcium channel blockers, beta blockers, or even tricyclic antidepressants. However, these drugs are simply provided to mask symptoms of vertigo rather than correcting the underlying problem.

Fighting Vertigo at Its Source

Instead of treating vertigo symptoms, why not search for the underlying cause of vertigo so as to stop it from occurring in the first place? While the underlying cause cannot be identified in every case of vertigo, for many it is related to a misalignment of the upper cervical spine. When a person falls, is in a car accident, or is injured in some other way, the top bones of the spine may become misaligned. This can affect nerves, soft tissue, and even the vertebral arteries. As a result, vertigo may occur.

If you are experiencing vertigo, especially if you have any form of head or neck trauma in your history, it is a good idea to have the upper cervical spine examined to look for misalignments. At Crowder Specific Chiropractic, our entire practice is focused on finding and correcting C1 and C2 subluxations. If a person’s vertigo springs from this issue, he or she may find that vertigo significantly improves when the problem is corrected by a gentle adjustment.  
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