Chiropractic spinal manipulative treatment of cervicogenic dizziness using Gonstead method: a case study
Structural and chiropractic
J Chiropr Med.2011 Sep;10(3):194-8.
A Chaibi, P J Tuchin
Objective: The purpose of this case report is to present the response of a patient with chronic nonresponsive cervicogenic dizziness to chiropractic care. Case report: A 29-year-old man had a 10-year history of progressive cervicogenic dizziness with symptoms including a sensation of excessive motion, imbalance, and spinning associated with neck pain and stiffness. After treatment, he reported a reduction in pain and dizziness and an improved quality of life following Gonstead method of chiropractic spinal manipulative therapy. Conclusion: This case study suggests that a patient with nonresponsive cervicogenic dizziness might respond to chiropractic spinal manipulative therapy approach using Gonstead method.