Cervicogenic dizziness & Sensorimotor Dysfunction

Cervicogenic dizziness is a non-­specific symptom of altered orientation in space and disequilibrium and is differentiated from specific causes of dizziness such as vertigo and vertebra-­basilar artery insufficiency. It is thought be a result of altered afferent inputs which affect sensorimotor control and our sense of balance. This blog aims to introduce sensorimotor function and cervicogenic dizziness. Following blogs will explore the distinguishing features, differential diagnosis and targeting physiotherapy interventions. 

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