Cervicogenic dizziness is a difficult and sometimes controversial diagnosis. There is no single test to confirm the cause of dizziness experienced by people also suffering from neck pain. In many instances dizziness decreases as the neck pain decreases.
During a recent Facebook Live presentation, Drs. Kathleen Stross, DPT, CHC, PhD and Nicole Acerra, PT, PhD held a discussion on cervicogenic dizziness, how it is diagnosed and treated, and who you should consult for help.
- What is it?
- What does “cervicogenic” mean?
- How does it differ (or does it) from cervical vertigo?
- How common is it?
- What are the symptoms?
- How is it diagnosed?
- How is it treated?
- What would you want your friends/family to understand about your condition?