Patients with asymmetric restriction in neck rotation and increased neck muscle tension have a tendency to have dizziness and/or vertigo.
If you have a history of whiplash, or reduced neck range of motion, or shoulder (trapezius) muscle tension, or neck pain accompanied by headache and dizziness, these problems may result from lifestyle factors, habitual posture and neck muscle imbalance that can be helped by hands-on therapy and use of specific instrument tools that reduce muscle tension and joint dysfunction.
Studies of patients with dizziness suggest that primary anxiety disorders cause dizziness in about 30% of the dizzy population, anxiety and depression may be a result of dizziness as well (Staab JP, et al 2003). The rest may be related to the neck.
Dysfunction of the neck muscles (something you probably feel too) and neck joint dysfunction (something we can determine together) can be detected and treated by a visit with me. Call 310-444-9393 to schedule.More