Cervical Degeneration and Cervical Vertigo

Cervical Degeneration and Cervical Vertigo Cervical vertigo is a controversial entity in the world of balance and vestibular disorders. It has generally been a diagnosis of exclusion when a patient is feeling dizzy but has no diagnosable pathology in the inner ear or brain. The reality is that problems in the cervical spine are commonly […]

How to Tell if a Migraine is Coming from Your Neck

A recent systematic review in the prominent journal Headache showed that spinal manipulation could have an effect on headache days and pain intensity in patients with migraine headaches. While this is old news to many practicing chiropractors, this is one of the first instances that a major headache journal has acknowledged that manipulation could have […]

Long Term Outcomes from Treating Cervical Hypolordosis

I’ll admit that I’ve gone back and forth on the importance of cervical curves in my career. When I was in chiropractic school I was adamant about the importance of cervical curves and how the loss of a curve could affect the progression of spinal arthritis. Then once I was in practice for a few […]