Dizzyness is a symptom often reported by patients with degeneration of their cervical spine. This may be the result of other conditions, but could it be the result of their spinal disease?
The term Cervicogenic Vertigo has be coined for this scenario; dizzyness arising from disease in the neck. It remains a controversial topic, as some doctors don't feel the two can possibly be related. Dr Lavin explores this in his latest article.
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