Peripheral vertigo is generally caused by problems in the inner ear. Central vertigo is related to a problem in the central nervous system (CNS) that leads to vertigo. Let’s take a closer look at these two types of vertigo as well as a natural remedy that may help both types in certain cases. Also, read on to understand why it's crucial to keep up with your visits to a Norton Shores Chiropractor.
Now that you saw the main differences between peripheral and central vertigo, can you quickly distinguish the two? Do you know what remedy you should seek depending on the problem you have? If you're still having a hard time figuring it out, you can get in touch with us here at Zehr Chiropractic. Reach out to us today to book your appointment.
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