Hi, I suffer greatly from dizziness, tight neck muscles also.. I have been diagnosed with cervogenic dizziness....You shold really look it up....I go to see a physiotherapist who deals with this..................
I read your posting about your diziness problem. I have been battling the same symptoms with my neck. When I go to the doctors they all say that there should not be diziness caused by your neck. I have a curveture and herniated disc's that I feel are causing the dizziness and have impaired fine motor functions. I would love to here from your experiance on how you resolved your problem. Please email me.
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