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Vertigo Treatment & Relief


Chiropractic care can sometimes be considered as a complementary therapy for individuals experiencing vertigo, a sensation of dizziness and spinning. Chiropractors may focus on spinal adjustments, particularly in the neck area, to address potential misalignments that could affect the inner ear and contribute to vertigo symptoms. However, it's crucial for anyone with vertigo to consult with a healthcare provider to determine the underlying cause of their condition and ensure that chiropractic care is an appropriate and safe treatment option for their specific situation.

Improved Neck and Spine Alignment

It can help to correct issues in the neck or spine, such as cervical misalignments or muscle tension, chiropractic adjustments

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Complementary Care

It can be used as complementary therapy alongside other treatments for vertigo

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Enhanced Balance and Proprioception

Can focus on improving overall balance and proprioception

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Regain your balance and find relief from vertigo symptoms through chiropractic care, addressing underlying issues and promoting overall well-being.


Vertigo Relief in Denver, Colorado

Countless individuals discover significant relief from vertigo through chiropractic care, utilizing our gentle adjustment techniques to help you regain your well-being. Secure your appointment with our team now to bid farewell to vertigo permanently.


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Vertigo is a sensation of spinning or dizziness where a person feels as if they or their surroundings are moving or spinning when there is no actual movement. It often feels like a spinning or swaying sensation, and it can be a very unsettling and disorienting experience.

Common Causes of Vertigo

Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV): BPPV is one of the most common causes of vertigo. It occurs when tiny calcium particles in the inner ear become dislodged and interfere with normal balance signals. Changes in head position can trigger sudden episodes of intense vertigo.

Meniere's Disease: Meniere's disease is a chronic inner ear condition that can cause vertigo, along with symptoms such as ringing in the ears (tinnitus) and hearing loss. It's often associated with an increase in fluid volume in the inner ear.


Vestibular Neuritis or Labyrinthitis: These conditions are typically caused by viral infections that affect the inner ear. They can lead to vertigo, along with symptoms like nausea and imbalance.


Migraines: Some individuals with migraine headaches experience a type of vertigo known as vestibular migraine, where vertigo is a prominent symptom during a migraine attack.


Medications: Certain medications, especially those that affect the inner ear or the central nervous system, can cause vertigo as a side effect.

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