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Patient came to the office presented with symptoms of Meniere’s Disease for the past 3 months — the room starts to spin (vertigo), vomiting from vertigo, nausea, unable to drive the car, fullness of the ear, and occasional ringing of the ears (tinnitus), and TMJ pain. In addition, she also came for optimal pelvis alignment and optimal nerve function for a smoother first birth.
Considering the patient is pregnant, Structural X-Ray radiographs were not advisable. The patient has been informed Dr. Suh will make best efforts to analyze and correct the structural abnormality that resulted in Meniere’s. If unsuccessful, X-rays will be taken after delivery.
Structural abnormalities were detected at the 3rd Cervical vertebra for the Trigeminal Nerve, Vestibular Cochlear nerve, and stability to the 1st Cervical vertebra. The other structural abnormality was detected by using Webster Technique and Gillet’s Test — the rotated Sacrum which altered the pelvic brim and placed the baby in a less ideal position. The 3rd Cervical was corrected and allowed the nerve system to heal itself, resolving her Meniere’s Disease completely. Correction of the Pelvic Foundation allowed her to deliver the baby safely and quickly for the first birth.
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