Could the car accident you had 15 years ago have anything to do with your diagnosis of Meniere’s Disease? Research shows a very strong connection. 

What is Meniere's Disease?

There is no accepted standard as to what is the cause of Meniere’s disease. Currently one theory is an abnormal amount of fluid in the inner ear. Usually when the diagnosis is given to a patient, it is termed as “Idiopathic”. (Idiopathic = Unknown Cause) (1)
When a patients is given the diagnosis of Meneire's, the most common combination of symptoms are: (2)



Living with Multiple Sclerosis is not easy, and finding help can be even more difficult.

A study was published in the Annals of Italian Chiropractic showing the outcome of Multiple Scleorsis with Upper Cervical structural correction of the Atlas Displacement Complex. (1) 

What is Infant Torticollis and how do I help my baby? Infant Torticollis can be scary for new parents, and stressful on a child’s health. 

A new article in Journal of Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy is addressing the connection between neck trauma and Dizziness, Visual Disturbances and sensorimotor control.