We utilize innovative therapies and procedures, based on the latest neuroscience research. Our cutting-edge techniques allow us to address your neurological issues at the most fundamental level. We harness every relevant part of your nervous system to stimulate and rebuild your neurological function.
We assess all aspects of our problem, including metabolic, immune, environmental, and lifestyle factors where appropriate.
Our rehabilitation protocols are designed to restore fundamental aspects of neurological function, to allow you to properly adapt to and function in your world. Once baseline function in a pathway has been restored, we graduate our programs to facilitate integration of these pathways with other systems.
It is not enough to help damaged pathways get back on their feet; we must also help them learn to play well with the rest of your nervous system. Our protocols are designed to not only get everything in your system working again, but also to get everything working well with each other.
Content describing our therapies will be coming soon. In the meantime, a small sample of the neuroscience research that supports our therapeutic approach is reproduced below. (source: reproduced from Northwest Functional Neurology )
Visual-Vestibular Integration Therapy (VVIT):
-Laser Head Tracking Therapies:
Visual-Vestibular-Proprioceptive Integration Therapy (VVPIT):
-Visual-Vestibular-Somatotopic Remapping Exercises:
-Multimodal Gait Protocols:
Interactive Metronome Therapy:
NeuroSensory Integration Therapy:
Laser and PhotoBioModulation Therapy:
-Peripheral Vibratory Stimulus:
-Targeted SSEP Stimulus:
Immediate effects of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) administered during resistance exercise on pain intensity and physical performance of healthy subjects: a randomized clinical trial.
Does the Use of Electrotherapies Increase the Effectiveness of Neck Stabilization Exercises for Improving Pain, Disability, Mood, and Quality of life in Chronic Neck Pain? A Randomized, Controlled, Single Blind Study.