Vertigo refers to the sensation of spinning, even when you’re not moving. It is usually described as either the room is spinning or the person moveing when they really are not.
Possible Symptoms of vertigo:
A sensation of floating.
Visual symptoms, such as rapid eye movement and visual fatigue.
Neck pain or tightness.
There are many types of vertigo. a common form of vertigo is called cervical vertigo. If it is determined during the initial assesmen that infact your symptoms are from Cervicogenic Vertigo, there are treatments that can be very helpful offered at or office.
Cervical vertigo is a specific type of vertigo in which dizzy sensations are related to neck injury or inflammation, poor posture and muscle tightness of the neck. Exercises can help improve your balance and coordination, as well as your neck’s range of motion. Dr. Missaghi can train you in proper posture and teach you stretching exercises to reduce your symptoms. In some cases recommentchiropractic adjustment of your neck and spine or trigger point therapy of specific neck muscles.