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Head Trauma — Does It Cause Vertigo?

Head Trauma — Does It Cause Vertigo?

What is Vertigo? Vertigo is a type of dizziness in which you feel as if you or the environment surrounding you is spinning. What causes vertigo is still unknown by many healthcare professionals. Symptoms can include disorientation, nausea, vomiting, a ringing sensation in the ears, weakness, and difficulty walking. Head Trauma and Vertigo Recent researchContinue Reading

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Through the Brain Stem… The Brain stem is an extension of the brain itself that extends down into the upper neck area (upper cervical spine).  The brain stem is susceptible to injury if the Atlas or Axis the top two bones in the spine are twisted or tilted as a result of traumatic accidents or injuries. …

A Possible Reason for Neck Pain and Where to Look for Help

A Possible Reason for Neck Pain and Where to Look for Help

Neck pain can be due to various factors, including arthritis, strained muscles, or the wrong pillow. It seems as if almost everyone has had some form of neck pain at one time or another. There are those, however, who suffer on a chronic basis, causing them interference with their daily routines. They may even have…

What Causes Tinnitus? Can Anything Help?

What Causes Tinnitus? Can Anything Help?

Tinnitus is hearing sound when no outside source is producing sound. It has been described as clicking, hissing, roaring, and ringing. Out of every 5 people, 1 suffers from tinnitus. It can cause depression and interfere with a person’s concentration. The chance that a person will develop tinnitus increases as he ages. So one may…

A 16 Fold Increase in Prilosec Prescriptions Is No Good for Babies

A 16 Fold Increase in Prilosec Prescriptions Is No Good for Babies

Medical Experts say Drug Over-Treatment is Common Recently, Austin Frackt, assistant professor at Boston University’s School of Public Health reporting for the Kansas Health Institute said “that there is a lot of over-treatment in U.S. medicine: the use of medications and procedures that deliver little or no benefit, increase the cost of care, and expose patients…

Migraines, vision loss and NUCCA

Migraines, vision loss and NUCCA

Retinal Migraine Have you been experiencing strange symptoms in one of your eyes? Seen flashing lights, suffered temporary blindness or seen patterns in your visual field? Have you been to your medical doctor and received a diagnosis of retinal migraine? Have you been told that medications are the only answer for your headaches? The problem…

Migraines Combined with Depression Lead to Brain Changes

Migraines Combined with Depression Lead to Brain Changes

There is evidence that people who experience migraines and are depressed may actually have smaller brains, according to a report from CBS News. A study was done to find out if having these conditions in conjunction with each other affected the brain. The author of the study was Dr. Gudmundsson from Maryland. He stated that…

Upper Cervical Chiropractic to Help With Contact Sports Related Parkinson’s Disease

A common thread ties together former heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali, former professional basketball player Brian Grant, and NFL Hall of Famer Forrest Gregg. There has been much discussion in the news lately about the fact that all three of these men received repeated head and neck trauma due to their profession in contact sports. Also,…

Chronic Headaches lead to Brain Loss, According to Research

Chronic Headaches lead to Brain Loss, According to Research

Chronic Headaches = Brain Loss Although most people get the occasional headache, there are people who experience headaches for more than 15 days each month. They are said to have chronic headaches. It is estimated that between three to five percent of people worldwide have chronic headaches. There are several subtypes of chronic headaches, such…

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