Entries by Dr. Jonathan Chung

Concussion and Eye Movement Series Part 1: Anti-Saccades

Eye movements have become an important diagnostic for patients with neurological disease and dysfunction. It’s one of the reasons we have invested into using extremely sophisticated eye tracking technology so that we can asses and manage patients effectively with traumatic brain injuries. This will be the first in a series of posts about eye movements […]

Why Am I So Off Balance?

A persistent feeling of being off balance can be one of the most disabling feelings a patient can have. Many patients who suffer with balance issues don’t receive proper examination and diagnosis, so they are left without many answers for treatment besides generic anti-nausea medications or herbal remedies like ginger. In order to best take […]

New Study Examines the Effect of Chiropractic on Patients with Previous Stroke

The effects of a single session of chiropractic care on strength, cortical drive, and spinal excitability in stroke patients. Scientific Reports 2019 Holt K, Niazi IK, Nedegaard RW, et al. AbstractFull Text Summary A research team based out of the New Zealand College of Chiropractic who have been publishing a great deal on the neurophysiologic impact of […]

Dizziness and the Cervical Spine: Beyond Cervicogenic Dizziness

Read Time: [6 minutes] Outline: The cervical spine has been a known source of dizziness since the 1950’s with a classification as cervical vertigo. While the true spinning sensation of vertigo is not common with cervical spine issues, a feeling of imbalance, disorientation, light headedness, swaying, and unsteadiness have all been linked to problems in […]