Sunday, March 19, 2017

Dizziness and Vertigo Treatment in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Vertigo and Dizziness Treatment in Malaysia

Aquatic recreational sports activity can sometimes lead to dizziness, and this is most commonly associated with diving-related injuries to the ear, for example, alternobaric vertigo, perilymphatic fistula, and inner ear decompression vertigo. However, when pathologic, diving, and ontologic related causes of dizziness during or after aquatic sports activity are ruled out, cervicogenic dizziness can be the possible differential diagnosis. Cervicogenic dizziness is often associated with a stiff neck, pain in the neck or upper back, restricted movement of the neck, forward head carriage posture, and dizziness upon palpation of the tender neck musculature or with particular neck movement.

What causes your vertigo or dizziness?

Vertigo and dizziness are common health issues in athletes and non-athletes. It can happen during sporting events or with a sudden change of position. The primary causes of dizziness and vertigo are issues related to the neck, jaws, inner, or middle ear.

Jaw issues or TMD are leading causative disorders in the development of dizziness, vertigo, and tinnitus. Tinnitus is a middle ear issue that arises when the jaw joint is subluxated or out of normal alignment. A misaligned jaw joint impacts the ear, as it connects to the middle ear through the jaw's articular disc attachment in the middle ear. Therefore, if you suffer from dizziness, vertigo, or tinnitus contact  Chiropractic Specialty Center® for a thorough assessment of your neck and jaws.

Can neck issues cause you to get dizzy?

Disorder of the cervical spine is the leading cause of dizziness. Our clinical teams of Physiotherapists and Chiropractors use advanced breakthrough technology coupled with specific methods of chiropractic and physiotherapy treatments. Learn more about our neck pain treatment in Malaysia.

Dysfunction of the cervical spine is one of the possible factors that lead to the development of cervicogenic dizziness. Altered proprioceptive receptors in the cervical spine and abnormal sensory input from the neck can cause dizziness. Inability to realign the head in a neutral position with the eyes closed is a sign of poor cervical perceptive awareness, and this is very common in patients with cervicogenic dizziness. Diagnostic imaging of the spine such as MRI can be prescribed to rule out a slipped disc or disc herniation in the cervical spine as this can often complicate the condition.

What is the best treatment for Dizziness in Malaysia?

Treatment of cervicogenic dizziness includes manual physiotherapy and chiropractic treatment. Upper cervical joint mobilization, trigger point release techniques, manual traction, suboccipital release, soft tissue mobilization, stretching of the tight muscles such as suboccipital, levator scapulae, upper trapezius, pectoralis, and rotator cuff muscles can alleviate the symptoms. Rehabilitation exercises such as cervical spine mobilization and stabilization exercises are often helpful for cervicogenic dizziness. Opt for the best tinnitus treatment in Malaysia today, bu calling us at 03 2093 1000.  

For more information or inquiries about our centers and services for cervicogenic dizziness, neck pain or headaches, please contact our main center at 03-2093 1000.  

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