Transcranial Magnetic (TMS) Therapy
TMS is a noninvasive procedure that uses magnetic fields to stimulate nerve cells in the brain to improve symptoms of depression. By targeting different regions that are contributing to various conditions, we are able to retrain the neurons to fire as they should. TMS Therapy is FDA approved for the treatment of depression, and has shown promising results for a number of other neurological issues.
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HBOT (Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy)
Benefits of HBOT
Decreased Amount of Time Required For Healing
Reduction in Swelling
Reduction of Pain and Discomfort
Assists White Blood Cells In Fighting Infection
Increases The Formation of New Blood Vessels
Increases Collagen Production
Promotes Greater Tissue Strength.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is similar to diving underwater with an oxygen mask. This is why an HBOT treatment is often referred to as a dive. Your ears will pop as the pressure increases.
Your body's tissues need an adequate supply of oxygen to function. When tissue is injured, it requires even more oxygen to heal. The increased pressure inside the hyperbaric chambers forces oxygen into your blood plasma and increases the total amount of oxygen available for healing. This helps fight bacteria and stimulate the release of substances called growth factors and stem cells, which promote healing. Furthermore, HBOT provides your neurons the oxygen they need to maintain healthy function.
You should not schedule Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy if an of the following are true:
Mother expecting a child
Pneumothorax or any other lung pathology
Severe head cold
Programming (NAAP) Therapy
Neuro Auto-Associative Programming is like a user’s manual for the brain, and so NAAP Therapy helps the unconscious mind understand and incorporate what the conscious mind desires. This powerful tool can help you overcome bad habits, break self-defeating thought patterns, and move past mental barriers.
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The Rebuilder stimulates the peripheral nerves. This activation returns the nerves to their normal firing. This signal emitted goes from one foot, up the leg to the nerve roots in your back, down the other leg, to the other foot. This also works and is used on the arms. The Rebuilder also carries a small muscle stimulus to enhance blood flow in the extremity by making use of the body's natural skeletal blood pump system.
Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is a form of energy that your cells use to function properly. The Cold Laser therapy can enhance the production of ATP. By increasing the efficiency of this response at a cellular level, Cold Laser therapy can be used to help patients absorb nutrients, excrete toxins, repair cell tissue and accelerate healing.
NSI (Neuro Sensorimotor Integrator)
The NSI is specifically designed for Functional Neurologists. Using a 50 inch HD TV and touch screen, the NSI is designed to offer a host of therapy procedures to a wide range of patients requiring visual or neuro therapy following: Decelerated closed head injury, Accelerated closed head injury, Strokes and CVA, Concussion and Diffuse Axonal Injury, Whip Lash Injuries, MVA, Neurological Disorders, Vestibular and Balance Disorders and Upper Extremity or Spinal Cord Injury.
The programmable instrument offers procedures to improve; Pursuits, Saccades, Eye-Hand Coordination, Visual Reaction Time, Speed and Span of Recognition, Visual-Vestibular Integration, Ocularmotor Skills, Visual Motor Skills and Neuro-Cognitive Skills.
The Force Plate utilizes vibration as a form of therapy. Vibration therapy targets these sensors and can be utilized to provide sensory rehabilitation and create activation of specific pathways that have become dysfunctional. The Force Plate activates the cerebellum. Activating the cerebellum can help improve coordination, motor control, timing, spatial orientation, posture, motor learning, working memory, and mental rehearsal.
RPSS (Repetitive Peripheral Somatosensory Stimulation)
RPSS uses low-dose electrical stimulation through peripheral nerves called “cranial nerves.” When these nerves are stimulated through RPSS they activate the parasympathetic system or “rest and digest.” By repetitively and intensely firing the parasympathetic system through these nerves, it then becomes the dominant system in use.