Brain Based Therapies: The goal of Brain Based Therapies is to try to optimize the neurological pathways in your brain and spinal cord through neuroplasticity, so that you can function at the highest level for your particular condition. 

C3 Logix is a comprehensive assessment of overall brain function detailing short term memory, long term memory, attention to detail, problem solving, balance and reaction time. 

Chiropractic Care: One of the most common and well known therapeutic procedures peformed is a spinal manipulation (also known as adjustments). The purpose of spinal manips to restore joint mobility by manually applying a controlled force into joints that have become hypomobile - or restricted in their movement - as a result of a tissue injury.

Concussion CareConcussion or mild Traumatic Brain Injury occur when there is sudden trauma to the head or neck, which causes the brain to shift and twist inside the skull, resulting in damage to the brain. This damage also causes inflammation and immune responses that gone unchecked can lead to prolonged concussion symptoms. 

DMX: The Digital Motion X-Ray is a videofluroscopy procedure that docuemnts ligamentous injuries in the cervical spine.

Eye Exercises: Depending on your condition, a combination of specific eye exercises (Saccades, Pursuits, Optokinetic and Gaze stabilization) may be used to help restore and repair brain function that was compromised due to injury or degeneration.

Interactive Metronome is a training device that incorporates visual, audtiory, and proprioception to improve focus, attention to detail, concentration, and multi tasking among many other things to aid in recovery from brain trauma or improve function. 

Laser Therapy is a therapeutic intervention of inflammed or damaged tissues which reduces the extent and time to recover from an injury.

Massage Therapy helps increase blood flow to the tissue and accelerate the rate of healing.

Passive Therapies: This therapies in conjunction with spinal manipulations help ease the body from pain. 

Vestibular Rehabilitation: Vestibular therapy is a form of rehabilitation that helps to stabilize a patients gaze, posture, balance and gait.  Often times, these exercises will include combinations of head and body movement in concert with eye exercises. Stable gaze, posture, balance and gait are so vital to our every day function that many types of injuries, conditions and disease processes can benefit from vestibular therapy.  

VNG:  Videonystagmography is considered the gold standard in examining vestibular function.  Balance problems, dizziness and ocular motor dysfunction can be assessed through VNG, as well as helping to examine many central brain issues.