Conditions We Treat
The Neuro Clinic is an advanced and unique full service Chiropractic Neurology Clinic in Lehi, Utah that offers the most contemporary services in our profession including: brain based chiropractic applications, nutritional and functional medicine evaluations, and exercise rehabilitation services. The goal of our Practice is to provide exceptional comprehensive chiropractic care to help people of all ages to improve their quality of life, whether their complaint is acute, chronic, mild, complex or neurological.
Ticks, tremors, and other movement disorders have been conditions that patients have been forced to live with due to a lack of effective treatments. As our understanding of brain function increases, we are realizing that the brain's neuroplasticity allows improvements to be made through remodeling. As chiropractic neurologists, we specialize in the treatment of disorders like these:
- Movement Disorders
- Ocular dysfunction, etc.
Do you experience frequent heartburn or have difficulty sleeping? This could be the result of trauma like a concussion or injury sustained in a car accident. As our understanding of the brain increases, the treatments available increase as well; providing long sought after relief to those who have suffered a brain injury. If you have have been afflicted by some type of injury like those listed below, we can help you get back on your feet again.
- Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
- Chronic Pain
- Vestibular Disorders
- Musculoskeletal disorders.
Dysfunctional neurology can lead to or exacerbate behavioral conditions, wreaking havoc in the lives of those inflicted. Fortunately, symptoms can be lessened or resolved with therapies designed to address the responsible neural deficits. By focusing on the neurology, our therapies avoid the necessity of disruptive medications.
- FDS, ADD/ADHD/RAD
Our brain is responsible for everything our body does, including processes that occur without thought like breathing and hormone regulation. So what happens when neural dysfunction allows our body to produce too much (or too little) of a hormone? Short answer, your body ceases to function at an optimal level and you don't feel good. If you suffer from anything in the following categories, our extensive training in neurology can aid you on the path to optimal health.
- Autoimmune Diseases
- Hormone Imbalance