Vertigo and dizziness have many causes. Oxford
chiropractic care may well be a solution for unsteady Oxford folks.
Satterwhite Chiropractic sees Oxford
vertigo patients and gets them back on
their steady feet again! Bring your vertigo to Satterwhite Chiropractic to figure out
the cause of your dizziness and get you steady again!
First of all, one cause of vertigo, that caused by
compression of cervical vertebral artery in the neck, could be treated by decompression
without surgical fusion or instrumentation especially in C1 transverse foramen.
(1) What a great door to be opened! Oxford chiropractic care with gentle,
long-y axis spinal manipulation according to Cox® Technic protocols may be the
non-surgical decompression method to try before surgery! That’s our gentle,
safe go-to chiropractic protocol for neck pain and related conditions. Your
Oxford chiropractor is here for consultation.
Further, the whole question of just what effect spinal
manipulation/manual therapy has on cervicogenic dizziness, balance, and neck
pain drives researchers to study more. Good thing! A study reports that patients
with vertigo who underwent spinal manipulation demonstrated improved balance
and even showed reduced dizziness and neck pain. (2) A trial of spinal
manipulation at Satterwhite Chiropractic is worth a try for reduced dizziness and neck
pain, isn’t it?
Sadly, life for patients with cervical vertigo or dizziness is
not comfortable. Oxford dizzy patients seek a solution or at a least some
relief of their vertigo. Satterwhite Chiropractic is ready to help and understands the concern.
That’s why Satterwhite Chiropractic starts chiropractic care for dizziness with a
thorough examination to rule out potentially severe causes of the symptoms. Then, an appropriate treatment plan is made. Researchers explain that once that is done, manipulative therapy may be
appropriately used. (3) That’s what Satterwhite Chiropractic offers!
So if vertigo or dizziness plagues you or a loved one,
contact Satterwhite Chiropractic. In Oxford dizziness and vertigo may be
well handled with gentle chiropractic care.
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