nastystang05 wrote:There are three components to balance. Visual or optic, somatosensory or muscular sensory units, and vestibular or inner ear. Dr. Kerrick stated along with Micky and statements from our organization have stated in past crosby had vestibular peoblems. In that televised interview Ted was talking about "Crosbys grid being off" and he would make it better than before. Thats what he was referring to. Now dont get me wrong cervical strain can cause headaches aka cervogenic headaches and mild dizziness and severe dizziness if impinging one of the vertebral arteries but the symptoms just dont evidence that. But not dizziness while driving orwatching a movie. Those all involve vestibular and ocular components not so much somatosensory.
That's some good stuff. So the thought is the vestibular issues were causing the dizziness? The only thing I can't figure out - is that Crosby starting having dizziness symptoms after his comeback (after Dr. Kerrick treated him to make the first comeback) , and it's not until the discovery of his neck problems that those dizziness issues have been cured.
Dr Kerrick tried to make Crosby's grid better, but I mean, it wasnt until they treated Crosby's neck tissue until he got better. Unless Dr. Kerrick gave him another run during the recent treatments. In any case - having the grid be better than before has to sound good.