Repairing the Brain with Neuroplasticity
Neuroplasticity is doing something over and over again expecting a different outcome. We learn through repetition whether it is something new or the need to re-learn something we’ve lost.
A unique characteristic of the human brain is its ability to repair itself. This mechanism of repair is called neuroplasticity, or the brain’s ability to rewire/repair a certain pathway with repeated therapeutic exercises.
Mild traumatic brain injuries require rehabilitation to rebuild bridges, hi-ways bi-ways, around the disrupted regions of damage. We have had great success rehabilitating concussed patients using a neuroplasticity model of care.
If you are suffering with symptoms related to brain trauma, whether it’s physical trauma emotional or metabolic, contact us for a consultation. The consultation includes complete diagnostic testing with state of the art technology, a comprehensive neuro exam, and a patient-specific therapeutic protocol designed to rehabilitate the brain.