Dr. John Kowalcyzk is a Michigan-based NUCCA chiropractor. He runs Balanced Living Chiropractic, which has two offices—one in Midland and another in Pinconning. One of the very few NUCCA-trained doctors in Michigan, he specializes in restoring spinal alignment using gentle and well-calculated adjustments. Dr. Kowalcyzk graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Biology and Chemistry. Then, he trained to become a certified upper cervical chiropractor at the Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2001. At present, he helps patients suffering from neck pain, migraines, ADHD, fibromyalgia, and other ailments through his practices. He also serves as the NUCCA organization’s Committee Chairman. As a NUCCA practitioner, Dr. Kowalcyzk aims to help his patients embrace wellness and holistic healthcare.

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Blogs by John Kowalczyk

What’s The Link Between Vertigo Episodes And Falls?

Vertigo brings a false sensation of movement despite its absence. Most patients who seek vertigo remedies report feelings of their surroundings moving or spinning along with dizziness, lightheadedness, nausea and vomiting, loss of balance, and more. Despite the accompanying symptoms, vertigo itself is usually a symptom of an underlying condition mostly linked to issues in the inner ear that helps maintain your balance. Vertigo episodes can last for a few seconds or up to several hours and can increase your risk of accidental falls, especially when you have severe episodes. Vertigo can stem from health conditions such as Ménière's disease, [...]

Migraine in Kids and Teens: How Does it Affect Them?

It's common for adults to experience migraine. Approximately 45 million people in the US alone complain about headaches in a year. Some migraine patients seek upper cervical care for the symptoms to stop interfering with their daily lives. Migraine symptoms vary, but most people living with it may agree that it's a perfect way to ruin a day. Also, its debilitating symptoms can set you back and steal your time and energy from what you may have planned for the day. Sadly, this condition tends to spare no one as even kids, and adolescents get to experience its symptoms. Migraines [...]

By |October 9th, 2022|Categories: Migraines / Headaches|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Migraine in Kids and Teens: How Does it Affect Them?

What It Means to Live with Meniere’s Disease

Meniere's disease (MD) is an inner-ear disorder that can heavily impact your life. It primarily causes vertigo or spinning sensations but can also trigger other equally debilitating symptoms such as vertigo and tinnitus. The cause of Meniere's disease is unclear, but numerous studies have associated it with viral infections, allergies, and trauma to the head or neck. Although medications can alleviate some symptoms, they do not resolve the root cause or its most notable symptom – vertigo.  As a result, many people continue looking for lasting MD or vertigo relief and make several adjustments to their everyday schedule. Want to [...]

A Migraineur’s Guide to Managing Mental Health Risks

Many people often say, "migraines can drastically affect your day" and go on and on about how their migraine symptoms victimize them and leave lasting impacts on their mental health. This is why it's not surprising why a survey of 6000 adults revealed that migraineurs are 50 percent more likely to experience mental health problems than healthy individuals.  Thankfully, with the right approach and the assistance of professionals like a chiropractor for migraines, patients like you can manage the symptoms better. Are you familiar with these tips and remedies?   Taking Control of Your Mental Health Risks When You Have [...]

By |April 10th, 2022|Categories: Migraines / Headaches|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on A Migraineur’s Guide to Managing Mental Health Risks

Why You Need Upper Cervical Care for Your Vertigo

A thrilling roller coaster ride or a funny spinning game may leave us temporarily under a dizzy spell, but some have it suddenly, without warning, which is no fun at all. The false sense of nonstop rotational movement of your surroundings when you’re sober and just going about your routine is most likely disrupting and alarming if it's been happening for a long time now without a known cause. The medical term for it is Vertigo, and with the growing number of people who have it, care options and possible causes are starting to branch out. With the rising prevalence, [...]

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