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We Treat People, Not Conditions

Our clients come from all walks of life. They’re young, they’re old, they’re regular people who do regular things, extraordinary people who do extraordinary things, and they’re also celebrities and superstars. Yet as different and diverse as they are, they all have one thing in common: they all want to be the best that they can, regardless of their condition, regardless of their stage in life.

Children & Adults

We have worked with everyone from toddlers and teens to young adults and parents. Oftentimes, we see teens who have suffered concussions from accidents or sports; we’ve seen adults who suffer from developmental disorders; we’ve seen toddlers who have experienced drowning. Each one of these individuals had something in common. No matter where in the world they were from, their circumstance, or their challenge, each of them were in search of better neurological health. For these clients and families, we provide a method to help get them past their learning challenges, headaches, dizziness, depression and pain. We provide hope, and we provide healing.

Aging Loved Ones

Our specialists work with aging loved ones that manifest degenerative neurological disorders, such as early-stage dementia and Parkinson’s disease. These disorders often make your loved one irritable, tremble uncontrollably, lose their balance, forget family members’ names and become apathetic. We help them by giving them better control of their body, improving their memory, invigorating their life and maintaining their independence for a while longer.

Athletes & Executives

Aside from assisting athletes overcome injuries and concussions, we also help those looking to enhance their performance through our NeuroElite Performance Academy. Specifically designed for individuals who experience high-stress situations, our human performance program helps them reach their full potential.

Citations

Citations

Acquired Brain Injury

Acquired Brain Injury

Stroke/Hypoxia, Concussion, TBI
An acquired brain injury is brain damage/dysfunction that was caused by an event and can be either traumatic such as... An acquired brain injury is brain damage/dysfunction that was caused by an event and can be either traumatic such as with concussion and TBIs, or non-traumatic such as stroke, hypoxia, ischemia, infection, or toxins/poisons. People with acquired brain injuries may or may not have finding on MRI or CT scans. Often there are symptoms regarding movement, sensation, cognition and/or emotional systems. Acquired brain injuries can occur at any age from birth as with hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy, to childhood non-fatal drowning anoxic brain injuries, to adolescent concussions and poisonings, to heart attack and stroke in adulthood.

Ontario Brain Injury Association. “What is Acquired Brain Injury”. Retrieved 5 March 2011.

https://www.braininjuryhub.co.uk/




Anatomical Lesions

Anatomical Lesions

Tumors, Cancer, Spinal Cord Injury, Malformations
Anatomical neurological lesions include cancer/tumors, spinal cord injuries, and malformations either from genetic or surgical consequences. These types of neurological... Anatomical neurological lesions include cancer/tumors, spinal cord injuries, and malformations either from genetic or surgical consequences. These types of neurological conditions often appear on diagnostic imaging and are sometimes referred to as a “hard lesion.” For some people, treatment revolves around making the area of injury work better. For others, treatment is towards creating beneficial compensations. Location and severity of the lesion are factors in this decision-making process.


Cognitive Challenge

Cognitive Challenge

AD/HD, Apraxia, Dyslexia
Cognitive challenges include attention deficit disorder, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, apraxia, dyspraxia, and dyslexia to name a few. For these challenges,... Cognitive challenges include attention deficit disorder, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, apraxia, dyspraxia, and dyslexia to name a few. For these challenges, the complex sequence, coordination, control, and timing of movements, thoughts, and language can be difficult. Oftentimes, people associate these challenges with children, when in fact adults can suffer from ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, and dyspraxia as well. Dementia, Executive Function Loss, Mild Cognitive Impairment, Sensory Processing Disorder, are also included in this category of neurological challenges.


Genetic Disorder/Challenge

Genetic Disorder/Challenge

Down, Fragile X, Rett Syndrome, Not Specified
Genetic disorders and challenges are as vast as the genome itself. Genetic disorders with neurological consequences may be due to...

Genetic disorders and challenges are as vast as the genome itself. Genetic disorders with neurological consequences may be due to changes from a single gene, a single chromosome, or a more complex reason. These disorders include Down’s Syndrome, Cri du Chat, Fragile X, Rett Syndrome, Tatton-Brown-Rahman Syndrome, Essential Tremor, and Charcot-Marie-Tooth syndrome, to name a few. These disorders can affect the myelination of the neurons, the neurons themselves, and/or the connectivity between neurons, while others have an effect on the entire system.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22197/




Degenerative Disorder

Degenerative Disorder

Alzheimer's/Dementia, ALS, MS, Parkinson's
Degenerative disorders are a result from a progressive loss of structure or function of neurons. Neurodegeneration often occur later in...

Degenerative disorders are a result from a progressive loss of structure or function of neurons. Neurodegeneration often occur later in life and while currently labeled as uncurable, improvements in symptomology and brain function may be possible with the appropriate therapies. Degenerative neurological conditions can include Alzheimer’s disease/dementia, Lewy Body dementia, Multiple Sclerosis, Anterolateral Sclerosis aka Lou Gehrig’s disease, Motor Neuron disease, Huntington’s disease and Parkinson’s disease.

http://www.imedpub.com/scholarly/degenerative-neurology-journals-articles-ppts-list.php




Movement Disorder

Movement Disorder

Ataxia, Balance, Dystonia, Myoclonus, Tic, Tremor
Movement refers to a group of neurological conditions that cause abnormal increased movements, which may be voluntary or involuntary. Movement...

Movement refers to a group of neurological conditions that cause abnormal increased movements, which may be voluntary or involuntary. Movement disorders can also cause reduced or slow movements. This can be from an injury, degenerative condition, genetic condition, or due to exposure to certain chemicals/toxins. Ataxia, dystonia, myoclonus, tics, and tremors are all different types of movement disorders.




Neurodevelopmental Challenge

Neurodevelopmental Challenge

Autism Spectrum, Developmental Delays
Neurodevelopmental challenges include the autism spectrum of disorders and other developmental delays. For people with these conditions, there may be... Neurodevelopmental challenges include the autism spectrum of disorders and other developmental delays. For people with these conditions, there may be environmental and genetic precipitators. Children with neurodevelopmental disorders seemingly have no cause for their challenges, yet can experience difficulties with language and speech, motor skills, behavior, memory, learning, socialization, or other neurological functions.

https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2015-10/documents/ace3_neurodevelopmental.pdf




Performance Desires

Performance Desires

Cognitive, Sports, Otherwise Healthy
The desire to do better and be better is one that drives a percentage of the population to keep pushing... The desire to do better and be better is one that drives a percentage of the population to keep pushing past their limits and reaching successes beyond what they’ve already achieved. This applies to the realm of brain health as well. There is a saying that goes “the brain has limitless potential for improvement” that epitomizes the philosophy of functional neurological care. Optimizing the brain’s potential and the efficiency of the neurological systems can help people reach their performance desires whether that is thinking faster in the board room or going for gold at the Olympics. Clients in this category are not necessarily needing medical treatment and are healthy by all standards, but wish to push past their functional boundaries.


Primary Autonomic Issues

Primary Autonomic Issues

Orthostatic Intolerance, Syncope, POTS
The autonomic nervous system controls many of the facets of life that do not require conscious thought including blood flow,... The autonomic nervous system controls many of the facets of life that do not require conscious thought including blood flow, digestion, sweating, the size of the pupils to name a few. When this system has dysfunction, many neurological syndromes and disorders can occur including: dysautonomia, orthostatic intolerance, syncope, and postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome.


Primary Epilepsy

Primary Epilepsy

Recurring Seizures Only
Epilepsy is a term used to identify a spectrum of brain disorders ranging from severe to much milder. In epilepsy,... Epilepsy is a term used to identify a spectrum of brain disorders ranging from severe to much milder. In epilepsy, an individual has had multiple seizures, where the normal pattern of neuronal activity becomes disturbed. This may lead to strange sensations, emotions, and behavior or sometimes convulsions, muscle spasms, and loss of consciousness. Strengthening the normal pattern or fortifying the brain areas and pathways that exhibit weakness may be one way to decrease frequency or intensity of recurring seizures.


Secondary Psychological Challenges

Secondary Psychological Challenges

Anxiety, Bipolar, Depression, OCD, PTSD
Often, neurological challenges can present as psychological challenges as well. Brain Injuries, developmental challenges, and degenerative diseases all have secondary...

Often, neurological challenges can present as psychological challenges as well. Brain Injuries, developmental challenges, and degenerative diseases all have secondary psychological challenges that we may be able to help.




Sensory Disturbance

Sensory Disturbance

Pain, Dizziness, Sensitivity, No Motor or Cognitive
Sensory disturbances may consist of loss of sensation, abnormal sensations, or pain. Abnormal sensations can be tactile in nature like... Sensory disturbances may consist of loss of sensation, abnormal sensations, or pain. Abnormal sensations can be tactile in nature like touch, but also include sensitivity to light and sound, dizziness, and disorientation. Pure sensory disturbances occur without deficits to the cognitive or thinking systems and without deficits to the motor or movement systems.


Unknown

Unknown

Some people are attuned to their bodies, and while they may not have a diagnosis, know that something is “off”... Some people are attuned to their bodies, and while they may not have a diagnosis, know that something is “off” with their brain. For these people, unique and thorough neurological evaluation is key to understanding what has gone wrong, and what is needed to correct it. To learn more about how we can help you find a better quality of life, contact us.



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