Meniere’s disease is a rare (0.2% prevalence) vestibular condition that causes severe tinnitus, vertigo, and can lead to hearing loss. While there is no cure for this syndrome, there are a number of treatments and alternative therapies that are used to control symptoms. Let’s take a closer look at 5 such methods of care.
Upper cervical research has shown a connection between neck injuries, atlas (C1) misalignments, and the onset of Meniere’s disease. In some studies, upper cervical care has had a 97% success rate in reducing the severity of vertigo symptoms. Contact a practitioner near you and find out if this is the natural solution you’ve been searching for.
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