Functional rehabilitation for the treatment of patients with vestibular and balance conditions.
A practice focused on the diagnosis and treatment of patients involved in trauma that result in pain syndromes, orthopedic injuries, and/or neurological injuries.
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Motor vehicle injuries, work injuries, slips, falls, and sport injuries can lead to concussion, concussion-like symptoms including Brain Fog, Headache, Dizziness, Nausea and/or vomiting, Noise Sensitivity, Sleep Disturbance, Fatigue, Being Irritable, Feeling Depressed, Feeling Frustrated or Impatient, Forgetfulness, Poor Concentration, Taking Longer to Think, Blurred Vision, Light Sensitivity, Double Vision, Restlessness.
After a thorough history, physical and neurological exam, diagnostics such as videonystagmography (VNG), computerized dynamic posturography, CT, MRI, Ultrasound, video oculography testing may be used to identify the cause of your symptoms.
Our treatment may include medications, pain management procedures, cognitive therapies, trauma counseling, cervical spine rehabilitation, vision rehabilitation, vestibular rehabilitation, visual spatial rehabilitation, virtual reality therapies, sensory motor integration, sensory integration therapy, and neuromuscular integration.
Vertigo and dizziness can occur for many reasons, including but not limited to motor vehicle injuries, work injuries, slips, falls and sport injuries.
Diagnosis begins with a comprehensive history, physical exam, orthopedic exam and neurological exam. Additionally, vestibular diagnostics such as videonystagmography (VNG) and computerized dynamic posturography are common in the battery of testing for the dizzy patient.
After diagnosis treatment may consist of vestibular rehabilitation, Neuro-Optometry rehabilitation, and medication management.
Motor vehicle accidents, work injuries, and sport injuries can lead to injury, pain, or disability in your extremities like shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, knees and ankles.
Often these are diagnosed as tendonitis, ligamentous injury, bursitis, frozen shoulder, rotator cuff tears, ACL injuries, meniscus tears, sprains, and strains.
Our treatments may include medication management, laser therapy, shockwave therapy, trigger point injections, regenerative medicine injections, bracing/casting, and orthopedic surgery.
Neck pain is defined by localized pain in the neck, often accompanied by headaches, migraines, dizziness, vertigo and pain or numbness in the shoulders or arms.
Our treatment can include medication, laser, shockwave, trigger point injections, facet injections, epidural injections, radiofrequency ablations, and regenerative medicine. We can offer orthopedic and spine surgery if needed.
Regenerative medicine injections use the natural healing abilities of the body and also stimulate increased circulation, reduce inflammation and return you to full function and wellness.
More than 90% of headaches can be classified into one of the following two categories:
1. Tension Headache
Tension headaches are commonly associated with mild to moderate pain on both sides of the head. It is often described as a “band” of pain and a sensation that something presses around the head. These headaches can worsen with stress, fatigue, noise or light. The stiffness of the neck and muscles of the scalp is called tension headache.
Migraines are periodic and severe. These are stitches that affect more women than men. Most of the time, migraines begin with pain in and around the eye and extend to one or both sides of the head. These headaches are often accompanied by loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting and sensitivity to light. Migraines appear to be caused by a change in the flow of traffic.
Headaches Or Migraines Can Occur When:
• Extensive visual effort (i.e. reading for several hours)
• Of a pronounced fatigue, where one is slow to take rest
• From the consumption of certain foods (i.e. chocolate)
• From trauma like car accidents, slips and falls or sport injuries
• Stress and tension
• Hormonal change
Neck trauma that can cause mechanical irritation of the nerve roots. Trauma in the neck area is not always due to falls, collisions or serious accidents. Trauma can develop because joints are strained or unreasonably stressed.
Athletes are subject to these traumas, just like construction workers. As for them, truckers or secretaries who have poor posture also risk having these problems. In fact, nobody is safe from chronic headaches.
After a thorough history and examination, our treatment options can include medication, laser therapy, shockwave therapy, injections (including PRP), virtual reality, neurological rehabilitation with oculomotor and vision rehabilitation programs.
Low back pain causes hundreds of thousands of people to suffer every year. Many of us see this problem as the “disease of the century” affecting 25% of young people.
Although the causes are multiple and sometimes difficult to identify, it has also been found that they are often neuro-biomechanical in nature, such as:
• Abdominal muscles flaccid and relaxed
• Compression or irritation of the nerve roots at the exit of the vertebral column (subluxation)
• Of vertebral congenital malformations
• Poor posture
• Bone or joint disease like osteoarthritis
• A systemic disease
• Disc herniation
• Certain working conditions
The lower back is vulnerable because it supports all the weight of the upper body. This region is subjected to strong muscular tensions during bending, extension and rotation movements made by the trunk. These tensions affect the intervertebral discs, the vertebral joints, the ligaments and the nerves.
Medications can provide temporary relief from pain but do not address the underlying causes.
Our treatment for low back pain can include medication, laser, shockwave, trigger point injections, facet injections, epidural injections, ablations, regenerative medicine. We can offer orthopedic and spine surgery if needed.