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An Eye-Opening Way to Care for Meniere’s Disease

Meniere’s disease was first discovered by French physician Prosper Meniere in 1861. It is a chronic inner ear disorder that is a form of endolymphatic hydrops, having a repeating set of symptoms due to large amounts of fluid (endolymph) in the ear. Dr. Prosper Meniere realized that the symptoms of this condition were coming from [...]

Get Rid of Vertigo Once and for All in Easley, SC

Vertigo is known for a spinning sensation of either the person or the things around him. It often comes about due to bacteria that results in inflammation and swelling of the vestibular nerve, and this is called labyrinthitis or vestibular neuritis. Since the vestibular nerve has the important job of keeping the body upright and [...]

Easley, South Carolina Residents Finding Hope for Migraine Pain

Mgraines and headaches are similar but not the same. A migraine is actually a neurological condition that has a headache as one of its symptoms. Not all migraines are accompanied by a headache. It may be hard to know, however, whether one is experiencing a migraine or a tension headache. Here are a few of [...]

Upper Cervical Chiropractors Provide Natural Care for Headaches

Headaches are extremely common in today’s fast-paced world. In fact, 90% of those in America have a headache at one time or another. Headaches range from occasional to frequent and may be described as dull, aching, throbbing, or pulsating. They may be accompanied by nausea and vomiting. This problem is not unique to the USA, [...]

Dealing with Vertigo at Young Chiropractic Clinic in Easley, SC

Vertigo often originates with vestibular Neuronitis, although the exact cause remains a mystery. It is theorized that if one of the cranial nerves – particularly the one dealing with balance – is irritated, vertigo can be the end result. Vestibular Neuronitis is known for: Symptoms lasting for about 10 days Nausea and/or vomiting Severe episodes [...]