“The primary focus of Chiropractic is simply to remove those things which interfere with the body’s natural healing ability. When the brain and the spinal cord are in harmony with the structures that house them, the body has the ability to thrive” – Dr. Seth LaFlamme
Frequently Asked Questions
Do You or Your Children Experience any of These Symptoms?
Question: Is functional neurology a replacement for traditional medical care?
Answer: Absolutely not. our care is not intended to be an alternative to treatment by a medical neurologist. Our services are complementarity to medical care.
We work closely with numerous medical providers, including neurologists, neurosurgeons, physiatrists, internists, and primary care providers. In many circumstances, we requires you to be under medical care in order for us to take your case.
Question: Does Functional Neurology cure neurological diseases?
Answer: No. We cannot cure neurological disease, or change the ultimate outcome for someone with a degenerative condition. We treat people, not their diseases.
Our care is not designed to fix incurable conditions. Rather, our care is designed to improve function in the parts of the nervous system that still work in order to promote the best possible quality of life for our patients
When you develop a neurodegenerative disorder such as Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, or multiple sclerosis, some nerve cells are unfortunately lost, and some pathways in the nervous system are irreparably damaged. There is nothing we can do to change that.
However, when you have such a condition, we can often find wats to influence the remaining working parts of the nervous system to make them work better. We strive to take the pathways that are still healthy and precisely stimulate and exercise them, in order to make the more efficient, increase their endurance, and improve you ability to function in the world.
• Arm Pain
• Back Pain
• Ear Infections
• Muscle Tension
• Decreased Motion
• Digestive Disorders
• Hip Problems
• Growing Pains
• Pediatric Complaints
• Poor Balance
• Shoulder Problems
• TMJ Issues
• Neck Pain
• Other Symptoms