Chiropractic adjustments may help alleviate a specific type of vertigo called cervical vertigo. This type of vertigo is often a result of a head injury, whiplash or poor posture that disrupts head and neck alignment. The dizziness most often occurs after moving your neck, and can also affect your sense of balance and concentration.
Faulty motion patterns, in the upper neck, create misinformation about body position and movement going from the joints to the brain. Adjustments or manipulations may be able to realign the joints and vertebrae in the cervical spine, correcting the nervous pathways and allowing for clearer communication.
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