? Is there such a thing as a vertigo doctor or a vertigo specialist? Are you experiencing vertigo or dizziness? Who can you go to in Los Angeles, or Beverly Hills, if you have vertigo?
I had experienced vertigo many years ago. I remember how the room would spin if I tilted my head back at all. It was very scary. I went to my own chiropractor (a colleague of mine) and got adjustments. I distinctly remember one chiropractic adjustment that made my vertigo temporarily worse. It felt like it was adjusted the wrong way, but I also knew that my other chiropractic adjustments were right for me, and were my only hope, back then, of getting past that debilitating vertigo. I couldn't work while I had vertigo, so I needed a real solution as fast as possible.
I got daily chiropractic adjustments during that time. I knew the solution would not be immediate, but I was anxiously patient. Thankfully, it only took a few days for the symptoms to wane, and then the vertigo never came back. By experience, you will need more than one visit to help you, too.
Most people think you would have to see a neurologist, or have a doctor prescribe some kind of drug that would stop the vertigo, but that is not the case. Vertigo has causes, just like any other symptom. The key is to have an investigative chiropractor who will assess the causes of vertigo, address them correctly, and arrive at your solution. That's the opposite of just treating the vertigo with a powerful chemical prescription that you can't even take for long, because it is so dangerous.
Vertigo can be experienced at different levels by different people. Some people have vertigo that makes it impossible to have a normal day; like when it feels as if the room is spinning. Others just can't enjoy certain activities, like driving, fast movements (motion sickness), or just standing up due to dizziness. Dizziness or feeling lightheaded may have some similar roots to vertigo, but is a different condition. Dizziness or feeling lightheaded is less complex than vertigo, but dizziness, or feeling lightheaded, also has many possible causes that need the proper evaluation by an experienced chiropractor. Dizziness is often associated with adrenal fatigue, and needs the evaluation of an investigative, integrative chiropractor.
causes of vertigo
may be numerous. On the extreme end are problems in the vestibular system of the inner ear, or problems elsewhere, having their effect on that inner-ear vestibular system. Did you get that? Problems elsewhere having their effect on your balance system: an important point. Just because you have a symptom like vertigo, it doesn't mean your problem has its origin in your head. Likewise, vertigo or dizziness can be related to a deficiency of essential nutrients needed by your brain, or elsewhere in your body. If this is the case, you can see why going to a neurologist (they have zero training in essential nutrition), or seeking a drug to stop the symptoms could be completely worthless. There is no drug that can substitute for sufficient nutrition to your brain.
What can you do next? You have to consult with a chiropractic doctor who understands that vertigo, dizziness, feeling lightheaded, motion sickness, etc., each may have many causes. The doctor must be able to assess these causative factors and address them correctly. This doctor had better be a holistic chiropractor, who will be able to address the mechanical and neurological causes of vertigo, or dizziness, as well as the specific nutritional components that are necessary for your wellbeing.
I am located in Los Angeles, and specifically in Beverly Hills. You have been reading this article written by the holistic chiropractor you need to call. Your next step is to contact us for your consultation. Do this today. Your vertigo can resolve much faster with the right guidance and treatment.
In support of your health,
Dr. Barry Lieberman, DC, ACN Natural Functional Medicine
260 S Beverly Dr Beverly Hills, CA 90212
serving greater Los Angeles Call 310-282-8882 to speak with Dr. Lieberman today.