Vertigo is known as the illusion of the body moving or a person’s environment moving. The motion with vertigo is rotational and one way (unidirectional).
This motion is viewed in two perspectives, with only a slight difference, states Dr. Jason Fennema DC. When the patient has a feeling of the environment revolving around him, which is objective vertigo. On the other hand, when the patient feels he is turning round and round in his milieu, which is subjective vertigo.
There is a very important distinction between vertigo and dizziness. Dizziness does not include motion perception; there is only a feeling of the patient in IL being light-headed, nauseous and losing balance.
A good Chicago Chiropractor will analyze your history and the findings of a detailed examination, including orthopaedic and neurological tests to determine the cause of your vertigo and dizziness. Then they will develop a specific plan of management tailored to your case.