Vertigo, Dizziness, Dizzy, MenieresMeniere’s disease is a condition that affects the Vestibular system (responsible for maintaining balance and knowing where the body is located relative to its surroundings) and usually presents when a person is between the ages of 20 and 50. Neither gender seems to be more affected than the other by this condition. What is Meniere’s?

Symptoms of Meniere’s Disease

  • Vertigo
  • Tinnitus
  • Hearing loss
  • Loss of balance
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • A sensation of fullness in the ears 


This is a difficult condition for general practitioners to both diagnose and treat. Because of this, the range of treatments is rather extreme. Some may merely recommend dietary adjustments while others may call for the patient to undergo surgery køb generisk viagra. Is there a source of relief that is natural and free from side effects? Yes!

The Upper Cervical Solution

Meniere’s disease can often find its genesis in an upper cervical misalignment. The upper cervical spine includes the C1 and C2 vertebrae (atlas and axis). A 2010 study clearly showed the benefits of upper cervical chiropractic when it comes to Meniere’s. Of the 139 patients involved in the study, 136 benefited from fewer symptoms after just one or two upper cervical adjustments.

At Dynamic Life Chiropractic, we use the Blair technique to perform gentle and precise upper cervical adjustments. This specialized form of upper cervical chiropractic utilizes diagnostic imaging and other diagnostic techniques to determine the exact location and degree of a misalignment. Adjustments are only provided as needed, and the results speak for themselves.


Burcon MT. Upper cervical specific protocol and results for 139 patients with medically diagnosed meniere’s disease. , J Vertebral Subluxation Res November 14, 2010:1-10.


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