Hello my friends. I have cervical disc herniations, kyphosis and scoliosis. My main problem is left neck/shoulder pain, brain fog and dizziness/vertigo. When I went to physiotherapy with Neck MRI, they found some herniated discs with minimum pinched nerves. And they said pinched nerves are the reason for my vertigo and my dizziness. I took Physical therapy and it didn’t help me much. Then, I have tried to treat it like TMS. But it didn't help too much. Lately, one doctor wanted carotid and vertebral ultrasound. According to ultrasound report I have "low-grade vertebrobacillar insufficiency" My artery blood flow is 165 ml/min. The normal value of that is more than 200. And the doctor said it is because of my disc herniations. He said the herniated discs compress the arteries. In the literature, there are some cases like this. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1930043317301309 (Bow hunter's syndrome in a patient with vertebral artery atresia, an arcuate foramen, and unilateral deafness: a case report - ScienceDirect) https://thejns.org/spine/view/journals/j-neurosurg-spine/11/3/article-p326.xml (Positional vertebral artery compression and vertebrobasilar insufficiency due to a herniated cervical disc in: Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine Volume 11 Issue 3 (2009)) "The authors report a case of vertebrobasilar insufficiency caused by vertebral artery (VA) compression due to a herniated cervical disc, which was surgically treated with the aid of intraoperative angiography. " When I eat an pineapple or took Aspirin, I feel normal. (I think it's due to blood flow) I am so confused. I know Sarno's theory is about blood flow too. And it seems like that too. But it says herniated discs compress the arteries. And we know herniated discs generally don't do this in TMS education. I need your help and your comments. What do you think about this?