neuroprotect & neurorestore

Neurological Protection, Prevention

and Rehabilitation 

Whether you are wanting to age gracefully or just participate in a contact sport, it is wise to get a baseline assessment of your most important asset – your brain. Eye movements and balance are two principal functions that require substantial brain power. When those functions are less than optimal it is an early warning sign that the brain is beginning to lose its grip. 

Our NeuroProtect program is built on fundamentals of clinical neuroscience, which highlight the ability of the brain to grow, change, and adapt to the ever-evolving environment. We utilize FDA approved, cutting edge diagnostics to objectively measure eye movements and balance to capture the relative health of your brain. We also take individuality into account with potential recommendations for physical, pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, and intravenous therapy.

The premise of NeuroRestore is to provide diagnostically-driven and physical exam-guided rehabilitation program with cutting edge modalities and interventions. Neurological conditions are among the most devastating and stand to make a profound impact on the life quality of everyone involved. While we acknowledge the utility and benefit of the classical pharmacological methods for treating neurological conditions, we prefer a more holistic plan of care that will address the deepest levels of dysfunction and the root causes of symptom presentation. This includes:

  1. Heavy Metal Toxicity

  2. Inflammation & Oxidative Stress

  3. Chronic Infection

  4. Nutritional Deficiency

  5. Hormone Imbalance

What are we looking for?

What we are looking for are changes in brain output that indicate an inflamed or damaged brain. For example, deviations from optimal eye movement output are associated with aging and cognitive decline. In addition, these same deviations are found in those with history of concussion, traumatic brain injury, and post-concussion syndrome. In a very similar fashion, balance problems and vestibular deficits in particular follow the same pattern. Every output is associated with single or multiple neural pathways. From the clinical perspective, we are looking for discrepancies in the outputs to localize the glitchy network. Once identified, targeted therapies can be implemented that may include physical, pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, and intravenous therapy.
Because the brain is not a pain-sensing organ in the technical sense, the only way to really observe functional deficits are through functional testing. Understanding where your brain function stands will allow for greater insight into how to improve it as well as monitor the effects of daily activities over time.

Are you a candidate?

If you or a loved one is interested in preventative or rehabilitative measures for their brain, please reach out for more information. Some of the reasons that you may wish to inquire are:

  • Family History of Neurodegenerative Disease (Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Dementia)

  • Participation in Contact Sports

  • History of Concussion or Traumatic Brain Injury/Stroke

  • Cognitive Decline

  • Brain Fog or Difficulty Concentrating

  • Difficulty Reading

  • Balance Problems

  • Memory Changes