Dizziness, Vertigo, Nausea, Vomiting

by Chiropractors Brighton on October 9, 2010

Chiropractors Brighton

Dr Brandon Harshe recently made a post on the Atlas of Life Blog which you may find of interest (once you get past the four eyes looking at you, making you feel dizzy)!  Vertigo is a debilitating condition that will often render the recipient helpless until it passes. With vertigo, one experiences dizziness while motionless, and it will make standing or walking difficult too. Usually, vertigo sufferers will experience nausea and vomiting as well.

Vertigo is also attributed to Ménière’s disease as part of a triad that also includes tinnitus and progressive hearing loss. Sufferers of vertigo often feel as if they have no hope, that this is a condition they are stuck with the rest of their life.   Click on the Meniere’s disease link in this paragraph and discover what Chiropractic did for this patient!

Please click here on the Atlas of Life Blog to get the full article.

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diabetes diet October 20, 2010 at 5:49 am

Ideal variant

Pär Svensson April 1, 2011 at 10:53 am

Something that I’ve experienced in my clinic is migraine associated vertigo, MAV, which I believe should be a yet another differential diagnosis to consider when vertigo is resistant with chiropractic treatment. This diagnosis according to my experience is best treated as a classical migraine, although the presence of headaches is absent. A common symptom that accompanies the vertigo in MAV is a change in hearing, there is usually a loss of hearing in the deeper tones.
Pär Svensson
DC

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