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Have you ever had the sensation that everything around you is shaking or spinning? You may feel off balance or dizzy. Vertigo is not a disease, but a symptom that can occur with a variety of conditions. Vertigo usually lasts for a few seconds to several minutes. However, in severe cases it can last for hours, days, weeks or several months.

There are several conditions that can cause vertigo. These include, but are not limited to inner ear problems, migraines, diabetes, medications, low blood pressure and problems with the central nervous system.

One cause of vertigo that is often overlooked is spinal misalignment (called subluxation) in the neck. The joints and muscles in the neck have receptors that send signals to the brain and inner ear to assist with balance and coordination. When your spine is working properly, these signals are unobstructed, and your brain gets the proper input about your balance. When a subluxation occurs, there can be interference with the communication to your brain and vertigo can occur. This type of vertigo is known as cervicogenic vertigo, also known as cervical vertigo. The dizziness from cervicogenic vertigo frequently occurs from sudden neck movements, most commonly turning your neck.

Dr. David Iszler as extensive experience treating spinal misalignments. When you see Dr. Iszler for your first appointment, he will sit down with you for a detailed consultation about your condition. He will then perform a chiropractic examination. Any necessary x-rays are taken in our office. After reviewing your examination findings and x-rays, he will go over his recommended action plan with you to provide as much correction as possible for your condition.

Dr. Iszler practices the most current method of chiropractic, called Torque Release Technique (TRT). With this method, he uses the only FDA-approved chiropractic instrument for adjusting spinal misalignments. There is no twisting or popping needed to provide correction. In addition to the gentle and specific adjustments, he has state-of-the art therapies to help with your condition. These treatments are also combined with rehabilitation, to help you with balance, coordination, and proprioception (which is the body’s awareness of itself in space) and various therapeutic procedures to help stabilize your spine for long lasting correction.

If you are suffering from vertigo, call Trinity Chiropractic for an evaluation. We can be reached at 602-603-5444 or you can book your appointment online at https://www.trinitychiroaz.com/schedule-an-appointment/. We look forward to helping you.

Frequently Asked Questions

What causes vertigo?
There are several causes of vertigo. Some causes involve problems with the inner ear or brain. One cause, however, is spinal misalignment (called subluxation) in the neck. There are receptors in your neck that send valuable information to the brain and inner ear about your balance and coordination. If there are misalignments in your neck, these receptors may not be able to communicate properly with your brain and inner ear and this may result in vertigo.
Can chiropractic help with vertigo?
If the cause of your vertigo is spinal misalignment, chiropractic can be immensely helpful in treating it.
Do the chiropractic adjustments hurt?
Dr. Iszler practices the most current technique in chiropractic and is able to adjust the misalignments in your spine with a very gentle and specific instrument so there is no twisting, popping, or the pain that may occur with traditional adjustments.
Do I need a referral to see a chiropractor?
No. You do not need a referral to see a chiropractor for your condition.
What type of treatment will I receive?
That depends on your individual situation. The most important treatment is the chiropractic adjustment to restore proper alignment and function of your spine. Decompression or therapeutic laser may also be necessary. These treatments are also combined with therapeutic procedures to help with your balance, coordination, and proprioception, which is your body’s awareness of itself in space.