What You need to know about Cervical Vertigo

When your World doesn't Spin Just when you thought you knew everything there was to know about Vertigo, we're going to tell you about a type of Vertigo you've probably never heard of before. That's Cervical Vertigo, also called  Cervicogenic Dizziness. Basically, it's a non-rotary dizziness that causes a person to become unsteady due to [...]

2017-09-19T00:18:13+00:00 August 24th, 2015|Uncategorized, Vertigo|Comments Off on What You need to know about Cervical Vertigo

Vertigo and Meniere’s Disease in Minnesota

Your Vertigo and Your World Right now, since you're reading this, we can only assume that your perception of the world around you is in balance. Though, if there are times when you just need to close your eyes because opening them means the world around you will spin, that's never a good thing. That [...]

2017-09-19T00:18:13+00:00 June 29th, 2015|Vertigo|Comments Off on Vertigo and Meniere’s Disease in Minnesota

Types of Vertigo in Apple Valley Minnesota

Complications from Vertigo If you suffer from Vertigo, you know it can complicate your entire life. You need to find a way to get through the day while it seems your world is spinning, and most of the time you need to do that without letting people around you know about your internal battles. Hopefully, [...]

2017-09-19T00:18:14+00:00 June 1st, 2015|Disequilibrium, Dizziness, Vertigo|Comments Off on Types of Vertigo in Apple Valley Minnesota

More research linking migraine headaches, vertigo and car crashes

A recent case study from the Blair upper cervical chiropractic group reveals additional evidence linking head and neck trauma to migraine headaches and vertigo. This case study is another example of what the upright MRI research is revealing.   Here's a quote from Dr. Lenarz's case report:   A 54 year-old female patient entered the [...]

2017-09-19T00:18:15+00:00 March 30th, 2015|Headaches, Migraine headaches, Migraine Headaches, Vertigo, Whiplash|Comments Off on More research linking migraine headaches, vertigo and car crashes

Understanding Vertigo and it Causes

Vertigo is one of those conditions you can't ignore. It may only last for a few moments or it might be recurring condition. So, what is it? It is the sensation that a room is spinning even when there is no movement. This happens due to a dysfunction in the Vestibular system, which is part [...]

2017-09-19T00:18:15+00:00 March 16th, 2015|Disequilibrium, Dizziness, Vertigo|Comments Off on Understanding Vertigo and it Causes

Underlying Conditions of Vertigo – Part 2

More on that Dizzy Feeling Last time, we looked at three underlying conditions that lead to vertigo - Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BBPV), Inflammation in the Inner Ear or Acute Vestibular Neuritis, and Meniere's Disease. This week, we'll look at three more conditions that may be causing that spinning sensation. Though, it's also important to [...]

2017-09-19T00:18:16+00:00 March 11th, 2015|Vertigo|Comments Off on Underlying Conditions of Vertigo – Part 2

Knowing What’s Behind Vertigo – Part 1

When you get that Dizzy Feeling Do you suffer from Vertigo? There's a good chance that that's not the only thing you suffer from. This condition, which is expressed through long periods of dizziness, in which a person who suffers from it may sense that the room or their environment is spinning. Over the next week we'll [...]

2017-09-19T00:18:16+00:00 March 9th, 2015|Vertigo|Comments Off on Knowing What’s Behind Vertigo – Part 1

Understanding Post-Concussion Syndrome

If you were recently in a car accident, suffered a sports injury, or otherwise experienced any type of injury to your head that led to a concussion, you might suffer from post-concussion syndrome. That's a disorder that occurs following the concussion and can last for weeks or months. Symptoms will usually begin within seven to [...]

2017-09-19T00:18:17+00:00 February 2nd, 2015|Concussion, Headaches, Migraine Headaches, Post concussion syndrome, Tension headaches, Vertigo|Comments Off on Understanding Post-Concussion Syndrome

Dealing with that Pressure Inside of Your Head

More than just Intracranial Pressure Have you recently begun to suffer from throbbing headaches that are usually worse in the morning and subside throughout the day? Do you sometimes experience nausea, vomiting, a pulsating sound, double vision, or other vision problems along with those headaches? You might suffer from Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension (IIH), which is [...]

2017-09-19T00:18:17+00:00 January 28th, 2015|Headaches, Migraine headaches, Vertigo|Comments Off on Dealing with that Pressure Inside of Your Head

Can neck problems cause problems with your ears?

Meniere's Disease, Cochlear Hydrops, Tinnitus, hearing loss, chronic ear infections and even vertigo can frequently be related to trauma to the nerves from the upper neck (lower brain stem area) that go into the ears. Upper neck trauma can lead to a variety of different ear problems due to the neurological connection. Dr. Michael Burcon [...]

2017-09-19T00:18:18+00:00 January 14th, 2015|Ear infections, Vertigo, Whiplash|Comments Off on Can neck problems cause problems with your ears?