Author: Dr. Pritchett, D.C.

How to Help a Young Loved One Overcome Pediatric Vertigo

Do you have young children who frequently experience constant bouts of spinning sensations? Are you afraid that your kid might lose his or her balance and suffer from an injury to the head, neck, or back? Have you been looking for ways to help your kids cope but have failed to see desirable results? Understandably, […]

Diet Therapy and Nutrition for Trigeminal Neuralgia Pain Relief

Are you looking for ways to enjoy trigeminal neuralgia pain relief? Read on to learn about diet therapy and nutrition.

Seasonal Vertigo Sufferers and Their Superpower

Migraineurs and people living with vestibular disorders are often more sensitive to weather fluctuations than the average Joe. While it's not clear why they experience more discomfort, studies explain that affected individuals can potentially detect weather fluctuations a few hours before they occur. Some consider this their superpower, allowing them to prepare before a disaster […]

Tips on Sleeping Better When You Have Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia can be very debilitating. It can easily take control of your life if you let it. Thankfully, with some effort, you can address your fibromyalgia triggers and prevent flare-ups from causing excessive disruptions in your life. One of these so-called triggers is lack of sleep. As it turns out, fibromyalgia and sleepless nights tend […]

Meniere’s Disease Diet: What It Is and Why it Works

Most patients diagnosed with Meniere’s already know a thing or two about vertigo triggers. In most cases, attending physician warn their patients about the effects of some products on the nerves and vestibular system. Some might even recommend trying Meniere’s disease diet. But, what exactly is the diet suitable for Meniere’s patients? Can you use […]

Comparing Myofascial Pain Syndrome and Fibromyalgia

Myofascial pain syndrome (MPS) and fibromyalgia are among American patients' leading causes of pain. They share several similarities, making it exceptionally difficult for some people to distinguish their respective symptoms. If you can relate to this scenario, you might find it helpful to go through our guide below. This way, you can learn the differences […]

Getting a Vertigo Diagnosis: What You Need to Know

Have you ever experienced like your surrounding is spinning at an unprecedented speed? It’s that same sensation you feel after a brief time sitting in a merry-go-round. But, instead of making you feel thrilled, your insides churn. You find yourself desperately pleading to make the spinning sensation stop. Unfortunately, like other patients who seek a […]

What's the Deal with Fibromyalgia and Gluten Intolerance?

Imagine this situation: For an entire day, you went on a very long hike, swam for miles, and had to carry a bag full of rocks during these activities. What do you think you'd feel the next day? You might answer, "exhausted and feeling pain all over my body."   You're probably wondering why this scenario. […]

Avoid These 5 Food Items to Ease Your Vertigo

Coping with either central or peripheral vertigo is no fun. This condition makes people feel one of two things: either they are twirling, or their surroundings are spinning. Central vertigo often traces its roots to underlying issues that affect the brain stem or spinal cord, or even both. The peripheral version might be due to […]

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