Central vertigo is considered to be the far less common reason for vertigo to occur (most diagnosed cases are peripheral vertigo – related to problems in the ear). Central vertigo is nervous system related. What are some conditions that cause central vertigo? What is one underlying vertigo factor that has a natural solution? Read on to learn more about vertigo related to the central nervous system and the neck.
Many of the vertigo types above go back to the same issue, a head or neck injury. When a person experiences whiplash, a concussion, or another head or neck injury, upper cervical misalignments are common. This can lead to vertigo symptoms. Thus, it becomes clear that such a misalignment can be behind many of the conditions noted above.
If a misalignment is behind your vertigo, the simple solution is to have the misalignment corrected by an upper cervical chiropractor. Upper cervical chiropractors are trained to identify and correct this specific type of misalignment in the upper neck. Many patients find that overall health benefits come from this precise and gentle adjustment. To learn more, find an upper cervical chiropractor near you.
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