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What You Need to Know About Peripheral Neuropathy

Do you or anyone you know experience numbness, tingling, or burning in your extremities? Does it feel like sensation is just ‘different’ in your arms or legs? If so, you may be experiencing peripheral neuropathy. An estimated 20 million people in the United States have some form of peripheral neuropathy, a condition that develops as a result of damage to the peripheral nervous system — the vast communications network that transmits information between the central nervous system (the brain and spinal cord) and every other part of the body. (Neuropathy means nerve disease or damage.) Symptoms can range from numbness or tingling, to pricking sensations (paresthesia), or muscle weakness. Areas o

The Vestibular System – Part 2

Vestibular Rehabilitation Today I would like to continue our discussion about a really cool part of the brain, the vestibular system. If you haven’t read part 1 – The Vestibular System, Critical To Your Health, you should look at that first. In part 2, I want to provide an overview of vestibular rehabilitation. An Example of Normal Vestibular Function To begin, lets look at normal vestibular function. Imagine you have an open book in your hands right now (or you can pick up a book if you’re a hands on person). If you quickly move that book around you’ll find that the letters and text will become blurry and hard to track. On the other hand, if you hold the book stationary but move your head i

The Vestibular System – Part 1

The Vestibular System, Critical To Your Health Hi I’m KC Oliver and I’m here today to discuss a really cool part of the brain – the vestibular system. In this video and post, I will explain what it is, what it does for you, and what happens when the vestibular system starts to go south and becomes weak or dysfunctional. If it does become dysfunctional, we will discuss what that could mean to you and your health. Major Roles and Functions The major role of the vestibular system is to tell our brain where we are in space. It tells us if we are standing up, lying down, or leaning to the side. The vestibular system translates our interactions with our environment into a form understood by our br

Rebuilder – Therapy for Neuropathy and Radiculopathy

Many individuals suffer from some form of nervous system disfunction at some point in their life, whether it be neuropathy or radiculopathies like sciatica. One therapy we utilize for these conditions utilizes electrical stimulation via our rebuilder device. In this video you will learn more about how and when we leverage this therapy to help you. To learn more about treatments implemented by The Neuro Clinic, visit our Educational Blog.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)

Our bodies require oxygen in order to function. This is probably not a surprising statement to you since we learn about it in grade school. What most people do not know is that the amount of oxygen in our body is limited by a number of factors like red blood cell count and lung capacity. This is where the hyperbaric chamber comes into play, allowing more oxygen to enter your body and aid in a speedy recovery. Our hyperbaric chambers simulate diving under 15 feet of water while breathing nearly pure oxygen.

Videonystagmography (VNG)

This is an important diagnostic tool in neurology that is used to identify a range of neural issues. You’ve likely heard the cliche that eyes are the window to the soul, and for our purposes we might say that eyes are the window to the brain. How your eyes move and track can tell us a lot about how you brain is functioning. These unique looking goggles track your eye movement relative to a test that is shown on the display in front of you. The VNG (in concert with the Sacadometer) along with the CAPS and our bedside neurologic exam are tools that help us gather the pieces of your puzzle so we can put you back together again.

Repetitive Peripheral Somatosensory Stimulation (RPSS)

RPSS, also referred to as Somatosensory Evoked Potential (SSEP) tests and/or stimulates the conduction of your nervous system. In our office, we mainly utilize the technology to stimulate specific parts of the nervous system as part of your treatment.

Low-Level Laser Therapy

Low-level laser therapy, also called Cold Laser therapy, has been utilized throughout the world for years and is supported by numerous studies. It is only recently becoming more popular as a treatment method in the United States. Similar to ultrasound therapy you may have encountered in a physical therapy office, the primary goal of our laser is to reduce inflammation. So whether you are recovering from a sprained ankle or recent surgery, low-level laser therapy may speed your recovery. Watch the video above to learn more.

What is Functional Medicine

Dr. Chambers from The Neuro Clinic in Grants Pass, Oregon explains the link between the two offices and delves into an explanation of the functional medicine (one of the underlying principles that link the two clinics and shape the methodologies used in each location). In a nutshell, functional medicine is taking a step back to look at the whole picture instead focusing on a single component. Watch the video above to learn more about functional medicine and how The Neuro Clinic is able to help many individuals who have not found relief elsewhere.

Contact Information

The Neuro Clinic is located on the bottom floor.

Address: 1175 E. 3200 North, Lehi, UT, 84043
Dr. Oliver: 801-682-3522
Fax: 801-341-8104
Email: office@neurocliniclehi.com


Mon-Tues, Thurs: 9am-5pm

Wed: 11am-7pm

Fri: 9am-2pm

Sat-Sun: Closed

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