Cervicogenic Dizziness

Described as dizziness on neck movements

Cervicogenic Dizziness
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Neck Pain

Cervicogenic Dizziness

Cervicogenic dizziness is classically described as dizziness on neck movements or keeping the neck still for a prolonged time. It can accompany cervical whiplash, spondylosis and other afflictions of the cervical spine.

The entity is still controversial and testing for isolating cervicogenic dizziness is in its infancy. It can mimic a BPPV.

Rehabilitation leads to a successful outcome.

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Vertigo & Balance Centre

The Sheffield Vertigo & Balance Centre is a multidisciplinary clinic for diagnosis and management of disorders of the human balance system. The human balance system operates through three peripheral sensors – the eyes, the muscle and joint senses and the ears to enable a subject to orient himself in space.