Success Story Reveals Secret Post-Accident Vertigo Remedy

August 6, 2023

Have you ever been in any form of a car accident that left you feeling unscathed, only to discover later that it had caused severe head pains and bouts of spinning sensations? You're not alone. This frustrating and often debilitating condition is known as post-accident vertigo, and it affects many individuals involved in car accidents. One such person is Elizabeth, whose story is a testament to the power of Upper Cervical Chiropractic care in treating post-accident vestibular problems. In this article, we'll explore the root cause of post-accident vertigo, the role of atlas subluxation, and the care that can help you be rid of your debilitating vertigo symptom.

Atlas Subluxation: The Root of Post-Accident Vertigo

Atlas subluxation refers to a misalignment of the atlas bone, which is the first cervical vertebra that supports the skull. In the case of post-accident spinning sensations, the trauma from the accident can cause the atlas bone to shift out of alignment, putting pressure on the surrounding nerves, muscles, and blood vessels. This pressure can lead to a range of symptoms, including balance problems, headaches, neck pain, and even fatigue.

For Elizabeth, the onset of post-accident vertigo was sudden and debilitating. Despite the accident not being severe, she began experiencing dizziness, nausea, and headaches that made it difficult to carry out daily tasks. As she wasn’t aware of her atlas subluxation, she relied heavily on anti-nausea medications for relief. 

She couldn’t survive everyday day-to-day life without her go-to meds to the point that she would vomit or pass out. It wasn't until she sought Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care that she discovered the root cause of her symptoms and started addressing it.

The Technique that Addresses Atlas Subluxation and Keeps Vertigo at Bay 

Upper Cervical Chiropractic care is a non-invasive, drug-free approach to managing her symptoms. This particular form of chiropractic care focuses on the upper neck area, where the atlas bone is located. By using gentle, precise adjustments, a skilled Upper Cervical Chiropractor can realign the atlas bone and restore proper nerve function, helping to alleviate symptoms and keep balance problems at bay.

For Elizabeth, Upper Cervical Chiropractic care was a game-changer. After just a few adjustments, her episodes of spinning sensations, disorientation, and headaches began to subside, and she was able to resume her daily activities without feeling trapped and helpless. 

Regular adjustments helped to ensure that her atlas bone remained in proper alignment, preventing the recurrence of her symptoms. Now just six months into her care plan, she noticed less frequent headaches, which allowed her to go back to doing her favorite hobby – hiking.

If you also want to explore this path to healing and recovery, we suggest exploring Upper Cervical Chiropractic. It’s a must-try remedy, especially if you have a history of whiplash, neck injury or other forms of trauma that might result in atlas subluxation.

You can use it in conjunction with self-care measures or other popular home remedies so you can better manage dizziness or spinning sensations. Check out the Upper Cervical Awareness page for their complimentary Find-a-Doctor tool to help you find credible Upper Cervical doctors near you!

 Watch Elizabeth’s full video here.

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