Dizziness is a common symptom and can be caused by a number of different things. However, if it occurs after one has had a head or neck injury, it may actually be related to a problem with the bones of the neck. If this is the case, where should one turn for help?
It is important to seek the care of a professional if you feel that you may have received a concussion. This may be the underlying cause of dizziness. This type of situation was reported on in the news during the basketball season when Kevin Love, a player for the Cavs, had to leave the game after he hit head on the court. He tried to play out the rest of the game but began to feel dizzy. He then had to follow the NBA protocol for head trauma that involves moving to a quiet, distraction-free area.
A person may have a similar experience after a car accident or even tripping and falling. If one has had a recent or past head injury that may be playing a role in the dizziness he is experiencing, it is vital for him to seek the care of a professional. Where does one begin?
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Natural Relief for Dizziness in Kissimmee, FL
When one receives a blow to the head, the neck is often affected as well. This can easily lead to a misalignment in either the C1 or C2 vertebra, eventually leading to dizziness and a host of other symptoms. At Pancake Wellness Center, we use an alternative approach to correcting the problems of the neck that are causing dizziness. The method used is very gentle and does not involve popping or cracking the neck or spine. However, the bones are encouraged to move back into place on a more natural level, allowing the body to take over and repair any existing damage. This gentle adjustment method can often provide long-lasting help for those suffering from dizziness.
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