Dizziness and neck pain. Do they go together? Science may not have the linking
research to say yes definitively, but if a Paramus
neck pain patient experiences dizziness, it does not
really count what the research states. There is neck
pain and dizziness! Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center takes care of
Paramus neck pain with chiropractic care, and related
dizziness may be alleviated too.
NECK PAIN AND DIZZINESS
A new paper just came out discussing a potential
neck pain and dizziness connection. It makes sense. Cervical spine muscles in the neck connect with vestibular (inner ear/balance
center), visual and other centers that help with proprioception, our sense of
position and movement of the body.
When proprioception is not right because
of neck issues, disorientation and imbalance
may result. The term “cervicogenic dizziness” explains
dizziness and associated neck pain in patients with cervical
spine issues. There is no one specific test a doctor does that says that a patient has “cervicogenic
dizziness.” However, a patient who had
dizziness and neck pain was adjusted with chiropractic adjustment
and ultrasound therapy reported relief in this study. (1)
Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center calls any Paramus neck pain and
dizziness patients to come in for chiropractic treatment!
Paramus CHIROPRACTIC CARE OF NECK PAIN
Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center uses a unique
form of chiropractic treatment in Cox® Technic. Cox® Technic is
gentle distraction, no quick motions or cracking. It’s quite
well received. For patients who have spinal stenosis due to a disc herniation accompanied by arm pain, 15
treatments in 10 weeks relieved the pain, and
the relief held through the 2 years’ follow-up. (2) It
is no wonder that chiropractic patients are
willing to pay $37.32 out of pocket to manage their current
state of neck pain relief. (3) An
Australian study analyzed older adults with neck pain who sought care from a chiropractor.
One in 5 people over 70 years old have neck pain.
45.5% of them has neck pain. 31.3% of them also said they
had headache. 57.3% of chiropractors reported moderate relief
for their patients with dizziness. Migraine sufferers needed quite a few
more visits than patients with headache to find relief. (4) There is
hope with Paramus chiropractic care for neck pain, headache and
dizziness at Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center.
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR Paramus NECK PAIN CARE
Chiropractors like your very own chiropractor at
Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center appreciate evidence-based recommendations for patient care. Uncomplicated
neck pain as well as such with headache or radicular symptoms,
“best practice” recommendations based on “best available
scientific evidence” are chiropractic manipulation and multimodal care. An early
trial of 6 to 12 treatments is reasonable
with a shift from passive care to active care and self-care. (5) The
Cox® Technic System of spinal pain management established a
well-researched and documented treatment plan for neck pain relief.
Listen to this PODCAST
with Dr. David Kulla on The Back Doctors Podcast with Dr.
Michael Johnson. He explains how Cox® Technic helped relieve
neck pain for a woman with neck pain and headache.
CONTACT Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center
Schedule your next Paramus chiropractic visit at
Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center. Bring your neck pain, headache, and dizziness to us. We
will work together for Paramus pain relief!