160 страниц. 2012 год. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing This first edition has been comprehensively updated and extended to take account of key developments in research and practice in Advancement in cervicogenic Dizziness. Cervicogenic dizziness is an emerging area of clinical practice in physical therapy with a growing body of evidence. Cervicogenic dizziness may result from mechanical compression or stenosis of the vertebral artery network, irritation of the cervical sympathetic nervous system, or abnormal proprioceptive input from the upper cervical spine. There is often a history of physical trauma involving the head and neck. The aim of this book is to provide brief-as-possible fundamentals for evaluating and treating goalsfor Cervicogenic dizziness may include reducing cervical spine pain and inflammation, reducing cervical spine joint and soft tissue hypomobility and improving cervical spine proprioception.