A few weeks ago, I woke up to find the room spinning. The dizziness continued whether I was lying down, upright, still or moving. I later described the sensation as a throwback to my college days -- minus the fun the night before.
My family doctor performed the Epley maneuver (at the instruction of the young medical student observing him), which gave me temporary relief. I later tried the maneuver at home, but to no avail. The vertigo continued and severely curtailed my activity for the better part of a week.
In desperation, I called Dr. Geer. I wish I had made the call to him earlier; chiropractic is ordinarily my first line of defense, and it should have been this time as well. The adjustment included moves to redistribute the imbalance in my inner ear, which was likely caused by a virus. After one treatment, the vertigo was gone. After the second treatment (which I scheduled to ensure the vertigo wouldn’t return), I was completely cured.
Nancy R. 41yof
I had intense menstrual cramps, to the point that I usually missed one or two days of work every month because they were so bad. I saw Dr. Geer because a girlfriend at church had told me about him, and he did a scan and found out that chiropractic could help my pain. He told me the cramps would probably get less severe after a month or two, but by the next month, they were gone, and have never been as bad since! I am very grateful!
Esther T. 34 yof
I have been running marathons for 23 years, and my times had gotten slower as the years went by. I started seeing Dr. Geer for neck and shoulder pain, and on the first visit he mentioned that a lot of people with my pattern find that their athletic performance and stamina gets better. I didn't think much of it at the time, because I just wanted my pain to get better, but after seeing Dr. Geer for about 2 months, I ran the marine corps marathon, and got the best time that I'd had in the last almost 20 years!
“Coach” Terry M. 62 yom