Tag: SEH

Navigating Life with Post-Concussion Vertigo

Have you ever had a concussion that you didn’t bother to get checked because it wasn’t anything major? Then fast forward a few months later, and you’re suddenly feeling dizzy and wobbly in your legs when you’re merely standing. Well, the thing is, after a concussion, it’s quite common to experience such symptoms, and if […]

Reeling in the Fun: Fishing Despite Having Vertigo

Do you long for the thrill of reeling in a big catch but feel like your vertigo is keeping you from the open seas? As a fisherman, there's nothing quite like the rush of being out on the water, feeling the salty breeze on your face and the tug of the line in your hands. […]

Don't Risk It: 4 Troubling Signs of Vertigo While Driving

How has your neck been feeling since your last adjustment from an Upper Cervical Chiropractor? Have your vertigo symptoms improved? Are you feeling more confident doing things like driving to work or planning a long road trip? As we always tell our patients, restoring proper cervical spine alignment can take time. So the symptoms you […]

Vertigo After Scuba Diving: Things You Must Know to Cope

Have you ever felt dizzy or disoriented after scuba diving or snorkeling? Was there ever a time you lost your footing right after getting off the boat or walking back on the beach's sandy shores? Dealing with vertigo can be frustrating, making it challenging to enjoy the beauty of the underwater world, especially during the […]

MRI Scans for Vertigo Diagnosis: Are They Necessary?

Have you ever felt like you were on a never-ending merry-go-round, even when standing still? Have you had moments when the room suddenly spun around you, leaving you disoriented and nauseous? Do you ever struggle to focus on anything, thanks to the constant feeling of dizziness? Vertigo can be incredibly distressing, causing disruptions in daily […]

Can Long Driving Trips Make You Feel Dizzy?

Do you enjoy going on long drives? The thought of having days with yourself or loved ones doing things you enjoy? But have you ever noticed a time when you feel dizzy and disoriented once you arrive at your destination? Maybe you shrugged it off as fatigue or dehydration, but what if it was something […]

Vertigo from Car Crash Fixed by Upper Cervical Care

Do you know someone who has suffered from vertigo? It's a disorienting and sometimes debilitating condition that many factors, including accidents, can cause. For Lisa, vertigo became a part of her life after two car crashes - one as a child and another as an adult. In this article, we'll join Lisa on her journey […]

What You Need to Know About Dizziness After Thrill Rides

Have you ever been to an amusement park and felt like a child again? Don’t you just love getting excited while walking through the gates, smelling cotton candy and funnel cakes, and hearing the sound of carnival games beckoning you to play? Are you a huge fan of thrill rides, especially those that are heart-pumping […]

Does Living in a 5G Area Increase Risks for Vertigo?

Are you fascinated by 5G technology but have reservations about using it because of articles you came across about its effects on your balance system? Are you concerned that while it could help you stay connected, it could negatively affect your ability to move around, engage with people in person, and function as an individual? […]

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