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Treatment to Stop Vertigo Spins in Jackson Township, NJ

Natural Treatment to Stop Vertigo Spins | Chiropractor for Vertigo in Jackson Township, NJ

Hi everybody, Dr. Jodi Kinney at Intrinsic Chiropractic. Today I’m going to show you another way that I treat patients who have vertigo in my office.

Non-Rotary Adjustments to Help Your Vertigo

One of the ways that we adjust the neck spine if there’s Vertigo is with a rotary type of adjustment, and some of my vertigo patients can handle the side to side motion because that sets them off into a little bit of a vertigo attack. So a technique we use here is a little drop head piece of what we call a little toggle piece, which the patient just lays on sideways. And this way we can do a drop type of maneuver to adjust the misalignments and the subluxations in the spine help alleviate vertigo without the rotary component. So I’m going to show you how we do that today with my patients two students lying on her side. And we use the toggle piece lift up the toggle case she just lays looking directly straight ahead with her shoulder stacked one on top of the other and I feel around for the spinal joint that subluxated and then just with a gentle little pressure on the spine, we can adjust those joints that need to be put back into a normal alignment without the rotation. Okay, so come on and that’s how easy that is and that’s just a simple other technique that we use that helps to alleviate those vertigo and dizziness symptoms, you know, nice and simply and without the all the rotation.

Alright, so if you’re struggling with vertigo or any kind of dizziness and you’re concerned that it could be coming from your neck, spine, come in to Intrinsic Chiropractic. Come see us, we can help you out. Alright, thanks see you again!

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