Neurological Therapy that promotes Neuroplasticity and long lasting Brain Health
- Traumatic Brain Injury/Concussion
- Depression, Anxiety, Panic Attacks
- Sports Performance Enhancement
- Chronic Pain Syndromes
- Joint pain
- Nerve Entrapment and Neuropathy
- Stroke, TIA
- Movement Disorders, Huntington’s Chorea, Tics, Tremors, Parkinson’s Disease
- Dystonia, Torticollis/ Cervical Dystonia
- Positional orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS), Vasovagal Syncope
- Dizziness, Poor Balance, Vertigo, light headedness
- Migraines and Headaches
- Brain Fog, Fibromyalgia
- Neurodegenerative Disorders, Dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease
- Multiple Sclerosis, Metabolic Disorders, Autoimmunity
- Poor focus, Memory Loss, ADD/ADHD, Poor Concentration
- Chronic Fatigue
- Developmental Disorder, Autism, Aspergers. Dyslexia, Speech Delay
Why combined Vestibular, Eye Movement, and Sensorimotor Therapies are so effective at rehabilitating your brain and optimizing the function of your Nervous System?
Sensory integration activities that require individuals to balance precisely, make spatial judgments and provide feedback are the most powerful and effective activities available for maintaining and improving brain-processing efficiency. Improving these skills allows an individual to become an efficient learner and improve academic success. When a person engages in balance exercises that include motor activities involving many different sensory systems, the brain utilizes its neural network to organize and execute the activities effectively. As the difficulty of a task increases, the number of neurons the network requires to perform the task increases.
Our innovative therapies help restore impaired function by leveraging the brain’s inherent ability to repair itself. The therapies target affected areas with specific exercises to rebuild neural pathways. Therapy regimens include innovative balance training, vestibular rehabilitation, eye movement exercises, complex movement patterns, translational otolithic activation, rotational chair therapies, electrical somatosensory stimulation, visual activation, and auditory tones to stimulate neural activity and re-calibrate the way our brain perceives the world and determines the appropriate motor, cognitive, or limbic response. Accurate brain perception of sensory input from the world surrounding us is the key to achieving optimal brain function. Good brain function enables us to become the most healthy, happy, intelligent , and of course successful human beings possible.
Major depressive disorder (MDD)
(also known as clinical depression, major depression, unipolar depression, or unipolar disorder; or as recurrent depression in the case of repeated episodes) is a mental disorder characterized by a pervasive and persistent low mood that is accompanied by low self-esteem and by a loss of interest or pleasure in normally enjoyable activities. The term “depression” is used in a number of different ways. It is often used to mean this syndrome but may refer to other mood disorders or simply to a low mood. Major depressive disorder is a disabling condition that adversely affects a person’s family, work or school life, sleeping and eating habits, and general health. In the United States, around 3.4% of people with major depression die by suicide, and up to 60% of people who die by suicide had depression or another mood disorder.
Loss of Creativity
Slow Mental Processing