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New Case Report Examines Persistent Postural Perceptual Dizziness

Chiropractic care for vestibular conditions is not unheard of in therapeutic circles. However, its representation in chiropractic literature leaves something to be desired. We know there are a range of case reports on cervicogenic dizziness and vestibular rehabilitation wherein individuals under chiropractic care received relief from symptoms concomitant with chiropractic care, but in the absence…

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A Deep Dive into Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome

Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) is a rare form of dysautonomia. Characterised by exaggerations in things like heart rate, blood pressure or sweating or body temperature when standing, the condition is thought to affect less around one in 3 million people. While presentations differ from person to person, and research is yet to fully understand…

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Randomised Controlled Study Examines the Effect of Biofeedback Exercises on Reaction Time in Forward Head Posture and Radiculopathy Patients.

Most of us have heard it all our lives; ‘sit up straight and don’t slouch’. Ergonomics has been a buzz word within workplaces for years; lumbar support in your desk chair, having your computer screen at eye-level, correctly adjusted chair height. But with the arrival of mobile phones and laptops, we find ourselves looking down…

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