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Vestibular Disorders Chiropractic Treatment

The vestibular system consists of parts of the inner ear and brain. These parts help control balance and eye movements. When the vestibular system is damaged, vestibular disorder can occur. The natural process of aging can damage your vestibular system as well as an injury or disease.

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What exactly is vertigo?

Hi, I'm Dr. Drury with The Upper Cervical Spine Center. So what exactly is vertigo? Well, with vertigo, the symptoms are often dizziness, lightheadedness, and it can sometimes lead to vomiting. It's kind of like being seasick, but really quick oftentimes.

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Where dizziness come from?

Hi. I'm Dr. Ray Drury with the Upper Cervical Spine Center, and one of the questions I frequently get asked is about dizziness. Where does dizziness come from? What causes it? How come every time I stand up, I get lightheaded and it takes me a few seconds to get my bearings and get straightened out?

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Vertigo problems treated in Charlotte

Hi, I'm Dr. Ray Drury with the Upper Cervical Spine Center and we have patients come to us literally from all over the world with a variety of inner ear disorders such as vertigo problems. Now, what are vertigo problems? Well, vertigo problems are a whirling or a dizzy sensation, lack of balance that stems from something going on in the inner ear. Now, most of the time they go and they look at the ear and they don't see anything wrong with the ear.

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Vestibular is balance. Cochlear is hearing. Dr. Ray Drury is help

A recent study showed that 35% of Americans over 40 have some sort of inner ear or vestibular problem. Most of the time this is associated with vertigo or dizziness. 35%!  So over 1/3 of Americans over 40 have some degree of inner ear problem, vestibular, balance issues or vertigo

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Getting a Grip on Dizziness with Proper Spinal Alignment

Dizziness and vertigo rank alongside back pain and headaches as some of the most common reasons for visits to family physicians, clinics, and the emergency room. Falling is often a direct consequence, and this becomes even greater when one is elderly, due to other neurological problems and chronic medical problems.

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Vestibular Disorders Treatment

As we  have blogged about in the past, vestibular disorders are a huge problem. “From 2001 through 2004, 35.4% of US adults aged 40 years and older (69 million Americans) had vestibular dysfunction. 1  The worst part about these syndromes is conventional medicine has very few solutions to offer.

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