The diagnosis of cervicogenic dizziness is dependent on correlating symptoms, such as imbalance, dizziness, and neck pain. Besides, it is necessary for excluding other vestibular disorders based on history, physical examinations, and vestibular function tests. Currently, it is thought that injury or pathology of the neck may be associated with a sense of dizziness because of the strong connections between cervical receptors and balance function. There were 3 females coming to my out-patient department with the symptom of dizziness after head/neck trauma from 2015.07 to 2016.06. After exposure to manipulation of neck 2 to 3 sessions, the symptoms subsided, and were never recurrent after the following 3 months. The method of manipulation is safe and easy to operate. Although the mechanism of cervicogenic dizziness is unknown, the treatment with the principles of traditional Chinese medicine manipulation-reduction to the subluxation and immobilization of cervical joint for cervicogenic dizziness is good.