Author: Dr. Weerheim

Meniere's After Pregnancy: A Guide for Moms

Are you a mother bracing herself for the arrival of a new baby while wrestling with recurring episodes of vertigo? Do you worry about how these disorienting spins may affect the precious moments of childbirth or your ability to care for your children afterward? You're not alone. You may be asking yourself, "Why now?", "Why […]

Unraveling the Mystery of Headaches After Eating

Have you ever been in a situation where you indulged in a sumptuous feast and experienced a dull to intense headache four to five hours after? How many times has it happened? Did you experience it again after enjoying a delightful meal with your loved ones yesterday?  Now, before you feel super worried that you […]

Beyond Car Accidents: Other Things that Can Cause a Whiplash Injury

Have you been experiencing stiffness or tenderness in your neck since you had a whiplash injury? Are you afraid that your whiplash from several weeks ago will eventually lead to worse problems like headaches, vertigo, and chronic fatigue? Is working on ordinary tasks more challenging each day because of your upper neck pain? Quite a […]

Risks for Persistent Postural Perceptual Dizziness

Do you have constant bouts of vertigo or dizziness? Are you struggling to do the simplest tasks because of your spinning sensations? Do you often find yourself canceling meetings with loved ones or doing fun activities in fear of experiencing vertigo and dizziness out of the blue? You might find it helpful to look into […]

Mood Swings: An Unexpected Migraine Symptom

If you're a migraineur, you may be noticing that your moods change before an attack. If you want to address that, contact an upper cervical chiropractor in your area!

Bumper Cars Can Lead To Whiplash; Here's Why

Whiplash is a common after-effect for people involved in a rear-end collision. Whiplash is a common neck injury caused by a sudden, forceful head movement that affects the neck muscles, discs, tendons, and nerves. Some whiplash patients seek upper cervical care for lasting relief and overall management of their condition. If you've ever been in […]

Vertigo Goggles: The Future of Vertigo Diagnosis

The latest technological advancements have paved the way for better diagnosing debilitating symptoms like vertigo. In the past, medical professionals only relied on narrowing down the most likely trigger of an attack to help patients achieve vertigo relief. But, nowadays, several healthcare practitioners also take advantage of infrared vertigo goggles to understand cases better. This […]

The Headache Type You Have Based on the Pain Location

Perhaps you feel dull aches in your forehead or nape that gets more intense when you’re stressing over work or any personal problem. What does this headache mean? In this article, we will try to help you distinguish the kind of headache you have based on its pain location. Continue reading to know the common […]

Whiplash-related Upper Neck Pain: A Quick Guide

Unknown to many people, dealing with upper neck pain can be quite tricky, mainly if it stems from a whiplash injury. While a whiplash injury can improve within a month, its overall effect on your well-being can linger for years. A whiplash injury overextends the neck and increases your risk of developing cervical spine misalignment.  […]

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