Entries by Dr. Jon Chung

Hidden Injury Series: Cerebellar Tonsilar Ectopia after Whiplash

The Hidden Injury Series: In this series of articles, we review potential causes of chronic symptoms after a whiplash type injury. These injuries are not commonly diagnosed by traditional physicians, and many cases are inappropriately attributed to mental health problems. The correct exam and a knowledgeable doctor may be able to help. Today we cover […]

The Downside of Listening to Your Body Too Much

Historically I’ve been a big advocate of being “in-tune” with your body. For the most part, I do think that a generally healthy person can benefit from developing a better awareness of what their body is experiencing. It’s a good guide for adapting your training and developing a meditative practice like breath awareness. In recent […]

Dizziness and the Cervical Spine: Beyond Cervicogenic Dizziness

Read Time: [6 minutes] Outline: The cervical spine has been a known source of dizziness since the 1950’s with a classification as cervical vertigo. While the true spinning sensation of vertigo is not common with cervical spine issues, a feeling of imbalance, disorientation, light headedness, swaying, and unsteadiness have all been linked to problems in […]

Concussion + Neck Injury = Longer Recovery

If you’re a reader of our blog, then you’re aware of our stance that an injury strong enough to concuss is strong enough to also injure the neck. You can read some of our thoughts on this subject here: 2 Reasons Why Your Concussion Symptoms Aren’t Going Away Head Injury, Chronic Dizziness, Concentration Problems, and […]

The Craniocervical Junction and Headache Disorders

  Headaches disorders are amongst the most common conditions that people seek treatment from a doctor. While most people will experience a headache of some form,  there are those who develop chronic and repetitive bouts with headaches of different types. Unlike people who may struggle with an occasional stress headache or feel the effects from […]

How to Spot a Personal Injury Predator

Outline The famously dirty personal injury industry When profit leads to failed patient care How to spot predatory practices Personal injury (PI) is an famously dirty industry. When people think about PI, you usually think about ambulance chasing attorneys taking up local billboards, radio, and television commercials. In a state like Florida where just the act of […]