The purpose of this study was to study whether there is a certain treatment that is more effective on the long term. Therefore, SNAGs were compared to PJMs and a placebo group that did not receive any treatment. The follow-up period was 12 months.
The participants with chronic cervicogenic dizziness were randomized in to the three groups. and received up to 6 intervention sessions during 6 weeks.
The primary outcome of this study was the intensity of the dizziness, measured with a VAS-scale. Other outcomes were the frequency of the dizziness, the Dizziness Handicap Inventory (DHI), the intensity of the cervical spine pain, cervical spine ROM, balance and head repositioning accuracy.