Re: Chronic-24/7 dizziness - adj the C1

Hi again -- I have another question in relation to my first post. How long do you think it could take for the healing process since you said ..."It is very common to experience an increase in your symptoms as you begin correcting the problem". My chiropractor is not surprised that I still have the dizziness as he says that 3-4 weeks (how long I've been being treated) is NOT a long time even tho it seems like it to me since I'm the one experiencing it. Just curious and also, do you think Reike treatments would be of any help??? Thank you for your time.

Posted By Deanne K. Hagen on September 18, 2010 at 13:21:14:

In Reply to: Re: Chronic-24/7 dizziness - adj the C1 posted by Dr Anthony Gambale on September 02, 2010 at 10:26:36:

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