If you experience dizziness, lightheadedness, wooziness, feel like the room is spinning, you might have vertigo. Vertigo is basically caused by a disconnect between the body sending signals to the balance part of the brain, also known as the cerebellum. Although there are several causes of vertigo (stones in the inner ear for example) one of the main causes is a misalignment of the upper cervical spine.

Meniere’s disease is a disorder that includes vertigo, but the person also suffers from tinnitus (ringing in the ear) and hearing loss. 

Due to the intimate nature of the brain stem, and the nerves affected in people with Vertigo/Meniere’s, Upper Cervical chiropractic can often get results where other practitioners have failed. Schedule a complimentary consultation today to see if Upper Cervical chiropractic might be the solution to your dizzy problems.

Benefits of Upper Cervical CARE

Descreased Pain

One of the ways the body shows a subluxation is through pain and inflammation. When the nervous system is not communicating well, it triggers a pain response. Upper cervical chiropractic care helps eliminatepain by properly aligning the nervous system so messages flow more effectively.

Better Sleep

When the spine is in proper alignment, the nervous system is able to communicate as it should. This results in better quality and quality of sleep. Since over 60 percent of adults suffer from sleeping problems, improving your sleep could have a huge impact on your overall livelihood.

Fewer Colds and Flu

Studies show that long-term chiropractic care increases an individual's immune system strength by as much as 200%. This equips the immune system to fight off viruses and bacteria that you come in contact with. When you do get sick, your body will be able to fight off the sickness more effectively and faster.

Fewer Prescription Drugs

When the body is functioning at its best possible level, sicknesses that require prescription drugs are far less common. This means that people who pursue upper cervical chiropractic care often notice that they need fewer prescription drugs, hospital visits, and doctor's office trips.