Chiropractic Neurologist: Evaluation of brain function to track and guide manual manipulation of the spine and rehabilitative exercises.
Concussion Clinic: Multi-disciplinary clinics offering a protocol which may blend various methods depending on the needs of the patient.
Cranial Osteopath: Addressing the movement of the bones of the skull to relieve pressure and promote the flow of fluids around the brain and spinal cord.
Functional Medicine: Evaluating and supporting all body systems that impact brain inflammation through supplements, dietary and lifestyle changes.
Hyperbarics: Increases oxygen to the brain to restore blood flow and recovery to injured areas.
Neurologist: Brain injury evaluation and prescription of drugs to restore brain chemistry as it effects emotions and pain.
Neuropsychologist: Testing brain function to recommend and track brain rehabilitation of memory and cognitive function.
Upper Cervical Chiropractor: Treat the most vulnerable part of the neck where it meets the head. Injuries here can cause headache, dizziness brain fog and rapid heart rate.
Nutritionist: Recommending and helping change dietary patterns to reduce the causes of brain inflammation.
Occupational Therapist: Teach strategies to manage concussion symptoms to ease return to work or school.
SacroOccipital Chiropractor: Focuses on how the whole body functions as a unit, the treatment of cranial bones, tissues that support the brain in the skull, and fluid flow around the brain.
Can help restore better blood flow to the brain, shift the nervous system out of a fight/flight state into a more healing mode, and address pain and nausea.
Float Tank: Provide sensory deprivation allowing the mind to go into a deep restful state for healing.
Speech Pathologist: May use Cognitive Rehabilitation to improve attention, information processing, planning abilities, memory and communication issues.
Physical Therapist: A Physical Therapist specializing in Exertional Therapy can help design a specific exercise program for you and help clear pain and inflammation from other injuries that exacerbate brain based symptoms.
Psychologist: Concussion can create anxiety and depression and emotional volatility. A trained psychologist can help you sort out the cause of your feelings. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy can help you change your emotional reactions by changing how you think.
Vestibular Rehab: Vestibular therapy works with the sense of balance and can be very effective in addressing symptoms of dizziness, nausea and associated mental fatigue.
Neuro-Optometrist Neuro-optometric Rehab and Vision Therapy may be part of the solution for symptoms such as light or motion sensitivity, double vision, tracking problems when reading, dizziness, headaches, eye and mental fatigue.