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A 37-year-old male asked:

what is the best plan of action for a person suffering from cervicogenic vertigo with tinnitus and no nystagmus?

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Dr. Brad Goldenberg
Pediatrics 36 years experience
See ENT: Cervicogenic dizziness will usually resolve with treatment of the neck problem but may require vestibular rehabilitation for complete resolution of symptoms. In general, the prognosis for patients with cervicogenic dizziness is good, with 75 percent of patients having improvement of symptoms. - See more at: http://vestibular.org/cervicogenic-dizziness#sthash.Ei5mi7mB.

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Last updated Jan 13, 2015

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