DIZZINESS, TINNITUS, BALANCE ISSUES, NECK PAIN

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I have been having dizziness everyday for the past 3 years, tinnitus and balance issues. I have been to 2 ENT's , a neurologist and a heart doctor and they couldn't find anything. Recently I have been having pains in back of my neck and lower back. I recently seen a chiropractor who did xrays which showed I have a misalignment in back of my neck and spine, nerve damagr and that the symptoms I have are coming from this and with some adjustments I will get better. I was wondering if anyone else has had these similar symptoms and has went to a chiropractor, if so, did it help ? If not, any feedback would be appreciated

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    Have you done any diagnostic tests (audiograms etc., ) and what were their results,

    Eleftherios S. Papathanasiou, PhD, FEAN

    Clinical Neurophysiologist

    Fellow of the European Academy of Neurology

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    I have had your issues for 6 yrs. Still not fixed and still don't have an answer. I have been told I have vestibular migraines and I have also been told that my C2 was mis alligned. I also have forward head posture and I think this could be the issue. Sorry I don't have an answer. If you go to facebook and type vestibular migraines you will find groups of people with similar issues.

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    I have been suffering with some of the same issues for over two years now. 

    ​My best suggestion is to FIND A NOTABLE VISTIBULAR CLINIC asap.

    Patti

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