Vertigo Chiropractic Care

Vertigo Chiropractic Care in Honolulu, HI

Serving people with diseases and pain and helping them get better is the heart and soul of our practice. We deeply care about patients and would love to help you. We provide exceptional chiropractic care that has yielded successful results as shown in a few of our success stories below. Simply put, we move the bones and God does the healing.

What is Vertigo?

According to the top medical authority Mayo Clinic, "vertigo" is characterized as a sensation of spinning and or dizziness. Vertigo can be categorized as a vestibular disorder meaning that a malfunction of the vestibular system may cause vertigo.

Normally the vestibular system sends messages containing position to the brain. When this system malfunctions these messages are no longer sent/or received correctly by the brain. In turn a person experiences dizziness, nausea, vomiting, and problems focusing (symptoms of vertigo).

An estimated 69 million Americans suffer from this type of vestibular dysfunction yearly.

How can Dr. Timothy Luke help your vertigo naturally?

Dr. Timothy Luke helps many sufferers of vertigo find relief by focusing on aligning the top two bones in the neck. These two vertebrae are very important because they surround the brain stem (the relay station between the brain and body) and are structurally very close to the vestibular system. CN VII, the main nerve connecting the vestibular system to the brain can be affected by a misalignment of Atlas (C1 vertebrae). By correcting this misalignment, Dr. Luke has been able to help many vertigo sufferers find relief naturally.

“When the bones surrounding your brain stem are out of alignment, we can expect dysfunction leading to sickness.”

Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care has been clinically proven to help sufferers of vertigo and Meniere’s disease. (Third Reference to read more)

Call today to find relief naturally!


1. Agrawal Y, Carey JP, Della Santina CC, Schubert MC, Minor LB. Disorders of balance and vestibular function in US adults. Arch Intern Med. 2009;169(10): 938-944.

2. National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD). Strategic Plan (FY 2006-2008).

3. Burcon MT. Upper cervical specific protocol and results for 139 patients with medically diagnosed meniere’s disease. , J Vertebral Subluxation Res November 14, 2010:1-10.