Drs Martin & Sue Allbright

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We would like to share with you our personal view, beliefs and approach about the research that is presented on these pages.

We both value the research of modern science and the many developments that have been discovered.

We also value the depth of wisdom and knowledge of traditional and classical five element acupuncture, which integrates the many aspects of body and mind.

We acknowledge the information gained from research, and we endevaour to use it where appropriate when meeting the needs of an individual who is suffering in health.

We hope later to share more information on the five elements of acupuncture.


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Dizzyness - Cervical Vertigo

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(2017) Evalution of the effectiveness of multimodal approach to the management of cervical vertigo.

109 patients aged from 18 to 45 with vertigo together with myofascial pain syndrome of neck and shoulder area were examined. The survey included a sample of Dix-Hallpike, neurological and otoneurological examinations, Doppler ultrasound of the main arteries of the head and neck, brain MRI, functional spondylography of the cervical spine. For quantitive evaluation of the impact of vertigo on daily life the questionnaire DHI (Dizziness Handicap Inventory) was used. Testing was performed in two stages - before treatment and in 2 weeks' time. Patients were randomly divided into 3 groups which differ in their therapeutic tactics.

RESULTS: In all three groups the normalization of the biomechanical pattern and elimination of musculo-tonic disorders accompanied by a decrease of a pain syndrome and a decrease in the severity or complete regression of dizziness and postural instability. At the same time, in groups 2 and 3, in which in addition to manual therapy, patients received acupuncture, there was a distinct positive dynamics of a pain syndrome according to VAS, Neck Disability Index and the Dizziness Handicap Inventory. A marked regression of vertigo and postural instability can be observed in patients in which the treatment along with manual therapy and acupuncture, a complex of vestibular rehabilitation was used.

CONCLUSIONS: The multimodal approach using manual therapy in combination with acupuncture and vestibular rehabilitation showed the maximum therapeutic effect on elimination of musculo-tonic disorders, reduction of a pain syndrome with a complete regression of vertigo and postural instability.

Jaroshevskyi OA, Payenok OS, Logvinenko AV (2017) Evalution of the effectiveness of multimodal approach to the management of cervical vertigo. Wiad Lek. 2017;70(3 pt 2):571-573.

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