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Blood Sugar Balance

After you eat a meal, you should feel content. If you get extremely energized and do a happy dance, you were likely HYPOglycemic and had very low blood sugar before your meal. (Think of the people that get “hangry” when they don’t eat for a while).

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Avoiding eye strain by eliminating artificial blue light

The systems that receive blue light are common areas that are damaged after a concussion or whiplash injury. Some patients can develop extreme sensitivity to light (and sometimes sound) when these areas are not working optimally. A comprehensive neurological evaluation is recommended if you are having light sensitivity or eye strain related to a concussion or even classic migraine headaches behind or around your eyes.

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Professional Baseball and Eye Tracking Technology

The infrared eye tracking technology used in this study is also part of the diagnostic equipment used at Oculus Brain Centers. If you are an athlete, from peewee to professional levels, who’s sport requires visual tracking (what sport doesn’t?!), call us today to schedule an evaluation of your oculomotor system.

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Vertigo

Vertigo and dizziness are debilitating conditions that can render people incapacitated and hopeless. If you don’t know what’s causing these symptoms, it can be quite scary to have an attack. Our patients describe their symptoms as feeling off-balance, unsteady, lightheaded, room spinning, they are spinning, being pushed, on a rollercoaster ride or rocking on a boat.

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Electrical Stimulation

Are electrical modalities validated by science? The short answer is YES! These three articles are just a few papers of the mountain of evidence that grows larger each day supporting electrical modalities.

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Receptor-Based Therapy

Did you know you have WAY more than five senses?

The human body is comprised of a multitude of sensors that receive information so we can adapt and respond to our internal & external environment.

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Migraine

The doctors here at OBC have worked predominantly with migraine sufferers for years. There are so many people out there who are looking for answers. Here are some facts to help you identify if you have migraines and if we may be able to help you.

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Diaschisis

Diaschisis is a key concept in neurological evaluation and, ultimately, recovery. Diaschisis, which translates to “split throughout”, is a term used to describe downstream dysfunction of an upstream problem. Generalized brain stimulation may not be the most helpful for rebuilding a specific area of the brain that is damaged.

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