Vertigo & Balance Disorders

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Vertigo & Balance Disorders

Premier Health of Summit

Vertigo & Balance Disorders

vertigo and balance disorders

Vertigo, or dizziness, affects millions of people around the world each year. In most cases, vertigo is nothing more than a temporary inconvenience. In some cases, vertigo is a debilitating condition where daily activities must be kept to a minimum due to the severe dizziness.

In many cases, the area of dysfunction in the nervous system is the cerebellum. The cerebellum is in the posterior aspect (back part) of the brain and controls our coordinated movements.

As a neuro-metabolic specialist, Dr. Anderson conducts specific tests to determine cerebellar function. Cerebellar dysfunction may present in one of four ways:

  • Extremities (arms and legs)
  • Unilateral (one-sided)
  • Lumbar (low back)
  • Cervical (neck)

A combination of complementary treatments is used to correct the cerebellar dysfunction including pressure release therapy to decompress the spine and neck, eye exercises to increase the frequency of firing to the cerebellum and frontal lobe of the brain and heat therapy to promote increased metabolic and healing rate to the damaged tissue. Increased heat also helps increase activation to the brain and has immediate soothing and palliative effects upon joint stiffness and muscle spasms.

Premier Health of Summit also provides detailed balance and strength training exercises for patients to do at home.

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    Vertigo & Balance Disorders

    vertigo and balance disorders

    Vertigo, or dizziness, affects millions of people around the world each year. In most cases, vertigo is nothing more than a temporary inconvenience. In some cases, vertigo is a debilitating condition where daily activities must be kept to a minimum due to the severe dizziness.

    In many cases, the area of dysfunction in the nervous system is the cerebellum. The cerebellum is in the posterior aspect (back part) of the brain and controls our coordinated movements.

    As a neuro-metabolic specialist, Dr. Anderson conducts specific tests to determine cerebellar function. Cerebellar dysfunction may present in one of four ways:

    • Extremities (arms and legs)
    • Unilateral (one-sided)
    • Lumbar (low back)
    • Cervical (neck)

    A combination of complementary treatments is used to correct the cerebellar dysfunction including pressure release therapy to decompress the spine and neck, eye exercises to increase the frequency of firing to the cerebellum and frontal lobe of the brain and heat therapy to promote increased metabolic and healing rate to the damaged tissue. Increased heat also helps increase activation to the brain and has immediate soothing and palliative effects upon joint stiffness and muscle spasms.

    Premier Health of Summit also provides detailed balance and strength training exercises for patients to do at home.

    Request More Info

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