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Upper cervical chiropractic condition categories that are treated by Hall Upper Cervical Chiropractic

Category: Hydrops

Many chronic health problems can be caused by inner ear problems. It is also true that neck problems can cause inner ear problems. Vertigo, hydrops, tinnitus , hearing loss, and Meniere’s disease can all be coming from the neck.

Many chronic health problems can be caused by inner ear problems. It is also true that neck problems can cause inner ear problems. Vertigo, hydrops, tinnitus , hearing loss, and Meniere’s disease can all be coming from the neck.

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Our office locations in Los Angeles  have seen over 100 Meniere's Cases over the past 3 years. While not a complete cure, upper cervical care is a natural health care discipline that helps the body recover health from the inside out.

Our office locations in Los Angeles have seen over 100 Meniere's Cases over the past 3 years. While not a complete cure, upper cervical care is a natural health care discipline that helps the body recover health from the inside out.

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Medical procedures that attempt to help cases with Meniere's Disease and Hydrops tend to be radical and invasive. This article has been written to discuss the possible underlying mechanisms that may be at play with Meniere's and Hydrops.

Medical procedures that attempt to help cases with Meniere's Disease and Hydrops tend to be radical and invasive. This article has been written to discuss the possible underlying mechanisms that may be at play with Meniere's and Hydrops.

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Endolymphatic hydrops is a syndrome of the balance system, which is part of the inner ear.  This condition results in fluctuations of the endolymph fluid, which fills the hearing and balance structures of the inner ear.

Endolymphatic hydrops is a syndrome of the balance system, which is part of the inner ear. This condition results in fluctuations of the endolymph fluid, which fills the hearing and balance structures of the inner ear. The fluctuations of fluid can cause pressure in the ear and fullness.

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