West Jordan Upper Cervical Chiropractor Shares Facts About Vertigo and PPPD

July 18, 2021|Vertigo / Dizziness| by Harrison Salisbury

Vertigo is a symptom that brings dizziness and spinning sensations. It can be caused by a variety of conditions, including chronic functional vestibular disorder, PPPD, or Persistent Postural-Perceptual Dizziness (PPPD). 

This is a condition where people feel continually dizzy even when standing still. A West Jordan Upper Cervical Chiropractor knows this to be a common vestibular disorder that can affect anyone at any age but is usually common in patients 30-50 years of age. In this article, we’ll explore what PPPD is, its causes, and how to cope with vertigo it causes. 

Everything You Need to Know About Vertigo Caused by PPPD

If you are experiencing recurrent bouts of vertigo without any signs or symptoms of an underlying inner ear disorder, perhaps you are dealing with PPPD. Everyone’s experience with this disorder is different, so you need to speak with your trusted healthcare provider to know what option would work best for you.

If you visit us, we’ll help evaluate if an upper cervical misalignment is a culprit behind your vertigo episodes and PPPD. Have your upper cervical spine alignment checked in our office by calling (801) 784 8217 or booking online.