Vertigo and dizziness are sometimes tough to diagnose because of the variety of symptoms and frequencies of problems. These very serious conditions are life-altering and rarely able to be addressed by general practitioners.
Getting to the root of the problem is THE most important goal. Issues like cardiovascular disease, stroke history, hemorrhages, or even tumors can cloud diagnostic efforts for most physicians.
Aside from inner ear issues, there are other causes to Vertigo and dizziness. They can include:
From the first appointment, I am able to identify key structural and alignment changes that need to happen in order to restore nerve function and restore the body-brain connection that handles all motor functions.
My vertigo patients begin to see relief much more quickly than they thought possible. In some cases, I have been able to reduce or completely eliminate Vertigo and dizziness issues that have plagued people throughout their entire lives.