Neurological Therapies

Electrical Stimulation

Somato Sensory Evoked Potentials (SSEP)-SSEP’s are subtle electrical pulses that activate peripheral nerves throughout the body and their associated brain areas. The nerves in the face and tongue go to parts of the brainstem that can influence eye movements, balance, and head pain regulation. Trans-cutaneous Vagus Nerve Stimulation (tVNS) – The Vagus nerve is a major contributor to the autonomic nervous system and is crucial for proper healing & vital function. This stimulation directly activates the vagus nerve, which has been shown in research to help with headaches, abnormal vital control and post-concussion symptoms.
right eye functional vision test

Eye Exercises

The human eye can do many different tasks with many different purposes. They can move quickly from one target to another, track a slow moving target, and maintain clear visual acuity while remaining fixated on target. Each eye movement is controlled by specific areas of the brain. Eye exercises can be used to target these areas of the brain in order to stimulate them if they are found to be under-functioning.

Gaze Stabilization

Dysfunctional gaze stability can attribute to neck tightness, dizziness, blurred vision or head pain.” to the vestibular rehabilitation section


Insufflation is a non-invasive method used to reduce pain during an acute migraine episode. It involves blowing small puffs of air into the ear canal which can deflect the eardrum and reduce migraine headaches using non-invasive and non-pharmaceutical means.

Motion Guidance​

Joint Positional Awareness is our ability to understand where our body is in space. Extensive research has been conducted which concludes that after whiplash, subjects have difficulty discerning their head position when tested with visual feedback from a laser pointer. We use this understanding and can rehabilitate a patient’s spatial awareness using a live-feedback laser device to retrain perception of certain body parts in space.

Neuro Sensorimotor Integrator

The Neuro Sensorimotor Integrator (NSI) is a gold standard program in neurological rehabilitation. This 50 inch touch screen TV/computer allows us to exercise any area of your brain, often simultaneously. It has been used to improve reaction time, speed, spatial awareness, cognition, dual-tasking ability and balance. This equipment can be adapted to help a variety of patients from athletes trying to optimize brain function to patients suffering from altered cognition, stroke, post-concussion syndrome, and neurodegeneration.

Senaptec Sensory Station

The Senaptec Sensory Station is a state-of-art sensory evaluation & training station which assesses 10 visual and sensorimotor skills. In less than 25 minutes, you can determine an individual’s strengths and opportunities to improve sensory performance. Your senses dominate your ability to control movement and responsiveness. With 80% of the brain dedicated to sensory processing, improving your senses dramatically impacts both quality of life and overall performance.

Tilt Table Therapy

Tilt-table therapy is vastly important in recalibrating autonomic function in conditions such as POTS, where positional changes cause improper autonomic reactions. This is often seen with post-concussion syndrome or dysautonomia, where lightheadedness or rapid heart rate occur while changing body position, due to abnormal neurological regulation. This therapy uses a controlled change in body position to retrain the appropriate response.

Vestibular Rehabilitation

The vestibular system helps you to discern where your head is in space as well as when you’re head is moving or tilting. Head-eye vestibular motion (HEVM) therapy can be applied in order to activate your brain to promote better integration and improve balance, coordination and eye-movements.


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