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Cervicogenic Dizziness | Causes | Assessment | Tutorial

Posted by Judith Winer on

             Cervicogenic dizziness is one of many potential causes of dizziness and is diagnosed by way of exclusion Cervicogenic dizziness (CGD) has been defined in medical journals "as an a specific sensation of changed spatial orientation and disequilibrium as a consequence of a proprioceptive disorder of the cervical afferents". The symptoms of CGD are dizziness (sometimes accompanied by a painful stiffness in the neck and/or headache) and these typically occur with specific body positions and movements of the cervical spine. For the time being there aren't any definitive clinical or laboratory diagnostic tests available to help show that the dizziness of the...

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