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Could Spinal Misalignment Be Making Me Dizzy?

Could Spinal Misalignment Be Making Me Dizzy?

Have you been feeling unsteady or unbalanced on your feet lately? Are you experiencing dizziness, confusion, or brain fog without warning? If so, it could be caused by spinal misalignment. That’s right—your spine may be the culprit behind your unbidden dizziness and vertigo-like symptoms. Here are some of the ways that scoliosis and spinal misalignment can lead to dizziness. At The Scoliosis Center of Utah in Midvale, UT, Dr. Katalina Dean has helped countless patients resolve their symptoms by realigning their posture.

How Spinal Misalignment Can Lead to Dizziness

If you’ve been feeling dizzy, vertigo-like symptoms, or like the world is spinning around you without warning, it could be connected to spinal misalignment. Spinal misalignment often goes undiagnosed and can cause a number of seemingly unrelated problems. Scoliosis is a common example of spinal misalignment – and it can lead to dizziness. Spinal misalignment doesn’t necessarily have to be full-blown scoliosis, but many people are living with both spinal misalignment and/or some form of scoliosis without being aware of it.

Scoliosis is a spinal condition that affects how the spine is aligned in relation to the body’s center of gravity. When you have scoliosis, this imbalance causes an increased need for your body to make frequent adjustments because it is no longer able to stay balanced naturally. This can lead to dizziness and disorientation as your body struggles to maintain balance. Additionally, scoliosis can cause tension in certain nerves that connect with the inner ear and create feelings of vertigo or disorientation when they are activated.

When you have scoliosis or any other type of spinal misalignment disorder, it can also affect blood flow throughout the body. As a result, not enough oxygen can reach parts of the brain leading to feelings of lightheadedness and faintness—two common side effects of dizziness. Furthermore, if there is pressure on the brainstem due to misalignment issues in the neck or upper back area, then this, too, can cause dizzy spells and vertigo-like symptoms due to disruption in communication between the brain and other areas of the body.

Realigning Your Posture for Optimal Health

If you’re experiencing any kind of chronic dizziness that is not being brought about by sudden movement, then it may be time to visit a chiropractor who specializes in scoliosis treatment like Dr. Katalina Dean at The Scoliosis Center of Utah in Midvale UT. She will use specific tools such as x-rays and posture assessments to determine whether you have any kind of misalignments causing your symptoms, and will work on realigning your spine for optimal health using gentle manipulation techniques and muscle activation exercises that help restore balance in your body. This can help restore coordination between different systems, such as vision and balance control centers within your brain, so that they can work together more efficiently and reduce any possible episodes of dizziness or vertigo-like sensations.

There are many potential causes for sudden episodes of dizziness or vertigo-like sensations but one thing is clear—spinal misalignments are often overlooked when diagnosing these types of conditions, which makes them very difficult to treat successfully without proper diagnosis and treatment from a qualified professional such as Dr. Katalina Dean at The Scoliosis Center Of Utah in Midvale UT. Dr. Katalina Dean specializes specifically in providing treatments aimed towards correcting these kinds of alignment problems, which could ultimately be causing your symptoms so don’t wait until it’s too late – book an appointment today!

3 Signs of Scoliosis Which Contribute to Dizziness

Pressure on the Ear Nerves

Many people who experience dizziness from scoliosis have pressure on the nerves in their ears caused by the curvature of their spine. This pressure can disrupt the normal functioning of your vestibular system (the part of your inner ear responsible for balance). When this happens, it can lead to a feeling of disorientation or unsteadiness – similar to what you would feel if you were experiencing vertigo.

Altered Posture

Another way that scoliosis can lead to dizziness is through altered posture. When your spine is out of alignment, your head may not sit where it should be on top of your shoulders and neck. This means that your eyes may not be level with each other when looking forward, which can cause them to see things differently than they should. As a result, this altered view can lead to dizziness and disorientation as your brain tries to process what it’s seeing in front of you.

Reduced Mobility

Finally, scoliosis can also lead to reduced mobility in certain areas of the body due to the curvature of your spine putting pressure on certain joints and muscles throughout your body. This lack of mobility can cause instability while standing or walking, leading to feelings of dizziness and confusion as you try to adjust yourself accordingly.

Scoliosis Correction in Midvale, UT – Treatment for Dizziness

The good news is that these symptoms are treatable! At The Scoliosis Center Of Utah in Midvale, UT Dr Katalina Dean has helped countless patients resolve symptoms like dizziness and brain fog, headaches, migraines, neck pain and more by realigning their posture through her gentle approach. So don’t suffer in silence any longer! If you’re experiencing unexplained vertigo-like symptoms or other strange sensations throughout your body, then book an appointment at The Scoliosis Center Of Utah today. It could be just what you need for a happier, healthier life!

Additionally, consider that if you or someone you love is complaining from dizziness, vertigo, or feelings of disorientation, it’s never too soon (or too late) to get treatment. We have experience helping everyone from children to seniors. Our unique approach which combines Chiropractic BioPhysics® and the ScoliBrace® is gentle, non-invasive, and can produce incredible results for people of all ages. If your child or teenager is complaining of back pain and dizziness, or you or someone you love has suffered from chronic back pain or dizziness for some time, we may be able to help. Call now to book your consultation and discover how Dr. Katalina Dean can help get you back to health and vitality!

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