Author: Dr. Blair Schmaus

How Many Upper Cervical Adjustments Can Relieve TMJ Pain?

Are you tired of living with TMJ pain? If you are, you likely have several questions in mind, including: "How many Upper Cervical doctor visits can make a difference?" and "Is Upper Cervical Chiropractic legit for TMJD sufferers?". Find out the answers to these FAQs as we deep dive into Upper Cervical Care and how […]

Can Dehydration Cause Vertigo Episodes?

Have you ever felt like the world was spinning around you, even when standing still? Have you ever had to deal with bouts of dizziness, lightheadedness, or loss of balance? Have you been plagued by nausea, headaches, or ringing in your ears? If you answer yes, one after the other, you may be all too […]

How a Man with Right-sided Head Pain Found Relief Through NUCCA

Have you been experiencing chronic headaches? Have you had significant difficulties in fulfilling both important and mundane tasks in your daily life? Do your headaches often appear simple at first but eventually get in the way of many things like fulfilling plans with family, taking on your work responsibilities, and even navigating challenges in your […]

What Does Neck Tendonitis Feel Like?

Do you have prolonged tenderness and inflammation around the upper neck and the shoulder areas? Do you keep having mobility issues because of your achy upper body? Are you struggling to cope with the radiating pain that usually originates in the neck and reaches up to your shoulder tips? When it comes to describing what […]

High Cholesterol: Is Positional Vertigo a Risk Factor?

Can high blood cholesterol levels affect your chances of experiencing worse BPPV attacks? Discover the answers from the discussion with our chiropractor for vertigo.

Botox for Migraine: How Does it Help?

Imagine you're a performer, a celebrated name in the industry, and one day you're performing on stage, and poof, there's that dreaded migraine attack that makes you too close to fainting. It can add to one of your worst fears as a performer, but this incident has been a reality for actress, singer, and theater […]

Rheumatoid Arthritis and Other Possible Reasons Why You Have Neck Pain

Complaints about upper neck pain, or generalized neck pain is very common, especially in adults. In fact, once a year, there's an estimated 1 out of 3 people get affected by this health concern. Some may be harmless and superficial and go away on their own. It is rarely life-threatening. But in some cases, it […]

Addressing Meniere’s Can Help Resolve Your Vertigo

Meniere's disease is a disorder in the inner ear that leads to vertigo attacks as well as fluctuating hearing loss and tinnitus. During an attack of Meniere's disease, fluid tends to build up in the inner ear, which can cause pressure on nerves and result in vertigo and symptoms like nausea, vomiting, and headaches. This […]

Migraine Timeline: The Progression of An Episode

Migraine is a neurological condition that afflicts about 35 million Americans each year. Contrary to popular belief, it's not a simple head throbbing but rather a set of symptoms. Studies have yet to find its root cause but have found several possible triggers, including weather changes, hormonal fluctuations, stress, and dehydration. Additionally, research work has […]

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