Have you incurred a Traumatic Brain Injury?
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) can occur in many situations including: falling, vehicle accidents, sports, explosions, and any other situation that causes the brain to move rapidly.
- Loss of Consciousness
- Loss of Balance
Like a deep cut, severe brain injuries will not heal completely on their own.
At The Neuro Clinic
We specialize in the treatment and rehabilitation of traumatic brain injuries as well as other neurologic disorders.
Our rehabilitation process begins with comprehensive testing and examination. These tests help us pinpoint the specific neural pathways that are not functioning properly. Then, using a variety of techniques, we strengthen those neural pathways.
Click Above to Watch Dr. Chambers Explain The Rehabilitation Process for TBI
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Are the third leading cause of Traumatic Brain Injuries in the United States. In an accident, although your car comes to a sudden stop, your brain keeps moving until it makes contact with your skull. This can cause bruising and apply torsional forces to your mid-brain. Whiplash is also common following a car accident.
The Centers for Disease Control recommends that anyone who receives a jolt to the head be evaluated by a provider with experience evaluating brain injuries. At The Neuro Clinic, we specialize in the diagnosis and treatment neurologic and brain injuries. Our gentle adjustment techniques are specially suited for the neurologic rehabilitation needed after car accidents and concussions.
If you were involved in a car accident, schedule your appointment today. You don't need to be in pain and we can help get your life back on track. We accept most insurances for motor vehicle accidents.
It Is Time To Start Treating Concussion Differently
Click On The Video Above To Learn About A Better Approach To Concussion Treatment
If you visit the Emergency Room with a concussion, you will likely be told to go home, don't sleep, and have someone watch you. This is because a concussion is generally self-limiting and if you don't deteriorate in the first 24 hours, you will live.
What you don't know is that your brain is merely adapting to the injury it sustained; much like you adapt to a sprained ankle by compensating with other musculature.
This treatment protocol is based upon the idea that neural tissue does not regenerate. However, recent studies have shown that damaged neural tissue can in fact be repaired, albeit at a slow rate compared to other tissues.
With this in mind, wouldn't it be better to proactively treat brain injuries to reduce the severity and amount of damage. We believe it should be the only way concussions and other traumatic brain injuries are treated.