Brain Based Therapy
BBT is a revolutionary new program for previously difficult-to-address problems like fibromyalgia, chronic pain, dizziness, migraines, insomnia and many other chronic conditions. Based on the work of Chiropractic Neurologists Ted Carrick and Michael Johnson, this new program utilizes our understanding of the human brain, it’s controlling influence over all other body systems, the ways that is loses its optimal “frequency of firing” and the many health problems that result. Through specialized tests, the doctor is able to pinpoint the area(s) of “energy deficit” in the brain. With a combination of neurological intervention and chiropractic techniques it’s then possible to target and “recharge” the depleted areas. This fixes the cause of the problem and provides relief from pain and other chronic symptoms that pills and ordinary treatment procedures cannot.
STATE-OF-THE-ART DIAGNOSIS AND SUPPORT
By taking a comprehensive health history we can track changes that point to right or left brain dysfunction. A physical and neurological examination performed by the doctor and diagnostic imaging such as X-rays ensure an accurate diagnosis. The doctor will then review his findings and report them to the patient with an individualized program designed to produce the best possible effect.
Whether using chiropractic manipulation or Brain Based Therapy designed to stimulate a specific area of the brain and get those neurons firing, state-of-the-art methods are designed to produce positive changes.
Brain Based Therapies Include:
- Vibration Therapy on one side of the body
- Gentle Chiropractic Adjustments on one side of the body
- Eye Exercises
- Auditory Stimulation
- Olfactory Stimulation
- Oxygen Therapy
- Mirror Image Exercises
- Spin Therapy
Many patients report incredible results from their program, results they have never even come close to receiving using traditional doctors who practice “old school” medicine.
Conditions Dramatically Improved With BBT
- Chronic Back Pain
- Insomnia/Lack of Sleep
- Chronic Neck Pain
- Restless Leg Syndrome
- Post-Stroke Syndrome
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Failed Back Surgery
- Migraine or Chronic Headaches
- Balance Disorders/Dizziness
- Chronic Leg Pain and Sciatica
- Many others