I'v had really bad dizziness for nearly 2-3 years now.Had every test you can think of, Brain MRI,CT scan on sinuses,blood tests,urine test,adrenal gland tests,Hearing and vision test,vestibular assesement,EEG,24 hr ECG.Everythings came back fine.I decided to go to a chirpractor as i wanted to have my neck checked,dont ask me why lol just had a "feeling".After a examination and 2 xrays they found my neck wasnt right,after some adjustments it wasnt helping,they asked for my MRI brain scan which i got for them and they said it just about shows the top of the neck and theres more damage there then they thought.looks like iv been dropped on my head as a baby lol.They also done it all for free as they wasnt sure if it would work and didnt want me wasting my money which was really nice of them!.Iv just got a report and my gp is going to reffer me when he comes back from holiday.Who would i see?also heres the report below,Has anyone else here had simular problems? and what happens?Havent had any serious injury in my life,only when i was born my mum had foreceps and i had a huge black bruise on my head for ages and couldnt be touched for a few days.Does this sound bad?
Heres the report below:
"this young man has recently consulted ourselves regarding his ongoing dizziness/vertigo.Onset occured some 2 and a half years ago after turning his head quickly.i believe mri scans of his cranial area were clear.however plain x-rays of his cervical spine have revealed a considerable anomaly with his atlas/axis vertbrae on the left side.
This is confirmed on the mri scan which just brings this area into view and i suspect has not been flagged up before.This would certainly affect his balance and is identified as a contraindiction to any routine manipulation.this may be a congential anomaly or traumatic in origin from a very early age which now remins unstable."