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Patients with Meniere’s Disease, Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo, and Cervicogenic dizziness have similar neck pain/tightness, asymmetry of the shoulder, and headaches. These three seemingly different diagnoses may be a spectrum of the same disease with underlying myofascial problems. (1) In this blog, you’ll learn how to discern between diagnoses affecting the balance of your patients quickly. Take the quiz below to test your knowledge and then Dr. Steele will explain the answers with solutions you can implement into your practice today in a quick 5-minute video!
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1. Jain S, Jungade S, Ranjan A, Singh P, Panicker A, Singh C, Bhalerao P. Revisiting “Meniere’s Disease” as “Cervicogenic Endolymphatic Hydrops” and Other Vestibular and Cervicogenic Vertigo as “Spectrum of Same Disease”: A Novel Concept. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery. 2021 Jun;73(2):174-9. Link
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