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Meniere’s disease – Severe vestibular disorder

Meniere’s disease is a chronic vestibular disease. In the 1800s, French physician Prosper Meniere first described this disease. In the era when Meniere’s disease was yet unidentified and not described it was believed that vertigo, tinnitus, and impaired hearing were related to damage or pathology of the brain. 

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Tinnitus – Ringing in the ears

Tinnitus – Ringing in the ears

Once diagnosed with tinnitus people usually jump to the treatment of this condition. However, knowing and understanding this condition is as important as the treatment. Firstly, it must be made clear that tinnitus is not a disorder or a disease in fact it is a symptom of any underlying condition.

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Natural Treatment for Vestibular Disorder Symptoms

The vestibular disorder occurs when the vestibular system is damaged. This can be caused by the natural aging process, an infection, or an injury to the head or neck. Vestibular disorder symptoms can take a toll on a person’s daily life and while there are treatment options available, it is hard to find an effective natural treatment for reducing or eliminating vestibular disorder symptoms.

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Bell’s palsy: Facial nerve crisis

Bell’s palsy, also called Acute Peripheral Facial Palsy and Idiopathic Facial Palsy is a very rare neurological disorder. Scottish anatomist Charles Bell was the first person to identify this condition hence named Bell’s palsy. This condition is associated with severe weakness on one side of the face.

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Can Cervical Spinal Stenosis be treated by chiropractic?

Cervical spinal stenosis is the narrowing of the spinal canal, mainly affecting adults in their 50’s and 60’s as the most common cause of cervical spinal stenosis is degeneration due to aging. Cervical spinal stenosis can also be caused by injury, lifestyle habits such as poor posture, abnormal bone growth, and tumors. 

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Upper Cervical Chiropractic Treatment for Vestibular Disorders

The unfortunate reality behind the statistical analysis of vestibular disorders is that not all of them are reported correctly. There is not sufficient data about vestibular disorders in data banks around the globe. This shows the difficulty in acknowledging the existence of this set of complications, which in turn affects the diagnosis and treatment as well.

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Neck Pain Chiropractic Doctors

Neck Pain Chiropractic Doctors

Neck pain is a very common complaint with 20% to 70% of adults experiencing neck pain that affects their daily routine throughout their lifetime. Not only does it become an annoyance and limits your range of movement, but there can be other ways neck pain affects your health.

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Will Upper Cervical Chiropractic help Multiple Sclerosis?

Multiple sclerosis is a disease of the central nervous system. This disease disrupts the flow of information within the brain and the information between the brain and body. Multiple sclerosis has affected people mostly between the ages of 20 and 50 with women being diagnosed two to three times more than men.

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Recovery

Chronic fatigue syndrome is estimated to affect one million people in the United States with 17 to 24 million affected worldwide. Chronic fatigue syndrome, also known as CFS, is an extreme fatigue or tiredness that does not go away with rest.

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Is Upper Cervical Chiropractic Dangerous?

I think the biggest question we get is: “Does chiropractic really work?” Actually, chiropractic just this a week celebrated 124 years since the very first chiropractic adjustment was administered. It's been around a while. So obviously chiropractic works and there've been people from all over the world that have gotten under chiropractic care and had tremendous results.

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