What is NeuroLogic Chiropractic Care?
Chiropractic Neurology combines the science and art of chiropractic and neurology. Your nervous system is the master system that controls how well you function. Your nervous system’s health and ability to function depends on nutrition, oxygen and most importantly the quantity and quality of information it receives from receptors located throughout your body. Some of these receptors give you vision, hearing, taste, etc., but the greatest contribution comes from your joints and muscles. The chiropractic neurologist’s treatment is receptor based and focuses on improving and/or restoring the areas of the nervous system which have become dysfunctional through trauma, diet, stress, posture, etc.
Since the majority of conditions that people suffer from are not pathological, we are left with functional causes. Vertigo/Dizziness; Balance Disorders; Depression/Anxiety; ADD/ADHD/Learning disabilities; Migraines/Headaches; Sciatica; Numbness/Tingling; Facial Pain disorders; Disc Herniations/Bulges; Carpal Tunnel; Multiple Sclerosis; Parkinsons.
How we use NeuroLogic Care
We are able to diagnose and restore health to the dysfunctional areas of your nervous system. This allows your brain and nervous system to function appropriately and restore normal health. This is analogous to connecting dots in your body, allowing brain/nerve signaling to occur and therefore communicate with the areas that are suffering. This is essential for normal health, as every cell in the body is controlled by your nervous system, which is simply an extension of your brain. There are many areas of your brain that serve many different purposes. With our extensive training, we are able to locate and diagnose which areas are not working efficiently. Once this has been determined, specific treatments are created by us to improve the working abilities to that region, effectively turning your brain back on and training it to stay that way.
Rehabilitation may include, but are not limited to: Chiropractic adjustments; Neurological rehab exercises; Balance/coordination retraining; Optokinetics (eye movement retraining); Muscle stimulation/ultrasound; Decompresson therapy; Oxygen/rib therapy; Cognitive/brain exercises.