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Cervical spine surgery and vertigo

I am new to this site. I had a lamnioplasty in Jan. on C3-C6. My recovery was going very well until I took a yoga class and became so dizzy I couldn't drive home. I saw my PCP and she thought it was positional vertigo caused by the inversions during yoga. It has happened a number of times since then, mostly when I am lying down.

My physical therapist thought I should talk to my surgeon. She said my symptoms don't go along with positional vertigo. I see my surgeon for the last post op next week. I hope he takes the vertigo. The posts I am reading hear leave me a bit worried.


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