Benign Positional Vertigo- New Treatments That Work!

By: Paul Kramer DC

 

Germantown, WI- Benign Positional Vertigo is a condition that can come on suddenly and cause dizziness, nausea, headaches and balance disorders.  It is called “benign” because it isn’t caused by cancer, tumors, infections or the like.  But it is far from minor.  It can be absolutely debilitating.

The balance disorder problem can be caused by things not normally treated by the medical profession.  That being pinched or stretched nerves in the head and neck.  When these nerves get irritated it results in garbled communication to and from the brain regarding where your body is in space.

You may feel like you are falling over when you aren’t.  Or the room is spinning when it isn’t.  You may feel light headed when you move or change positions.  Some people can make their symptoms worse by tipping their head down or back.  This is all related to mechanical nerve pressure in the head and neck.

These symptoms can be treated with a combination of two radically new alternative therapy techniques.  Advanced Biostructural Correction to correct the problems in the spine.  Endonasal Cranial Correction to correct the problems in the head.  The two techniques have given relief to many BPV sufferers across the country.

Check out these videos of BPV sufferers I have treated.  If you are interested in treatment and would like a free consultation to find out if you are a candidate for care, call Jennifer or Pat at 262-293-3790.

Her name is Simonetta and she had vertigo.