It's not unusual for us to see patients in our Jonesboro office who report dizziness or vertigo after a car crash. While dizziness may have many different causes, one common cause is neck injury. Many people are surprised to learn that the neck and cervical spine play an important role in balance and a car crash can seriously disrupt that normal functioning. Southern Crescent Medical Clinic has years of experience dealing with auto injury pain and has found that chiropractic may be a way to reduce dizziness symptoms after a crash.
Chiropractic is focused on restoring the natural function of your spine, so it's a possible choice for working with dizziness caused by neck injury. Southern Crescent Medical Clinic and the staff at Southern Crescent Medical Clinic will first perform a careful exam and history to pinpoint the possible cause of your symptoms. Then, we'll devise a treatment strategy that may help you get back to normal.
We have a lot of experience in helping people with dizziness. Give our Jonesboro chiropractic office a call today at (770) 968-1746 to make an appointment.
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