OUR UNIQUE FUNCTIONAL NEUROLOGYAPPROACH ALLOWS US TO GET THE SOLUTIONS YOU NEED
Our Indianapolis neurorehabilitation clinic specializes in treatments for people struggling with a variety of neurological disorders, including vertigo, migraines, traumatic brain injury (TBI), and post-concussion syndrome. We offer a comprehensive, patient-specific neurological rehabilitation solution that doesn't rely on drugs or surgery.
Learn more about some of our specialized diagnostic methods and treatment solutions and contact us at our Indianapolis neuro-rehab office today to book your appointment.
WE DO NOT SUBSCRIBE TO A ONE-SIZE-FITS-ALL PLAN FOR OUR PATIENTS
Our Indianapolis neurology rehab office specializes in dealing with chronic, unresolved, and often painful neurological health conditions. As a result, many of our patients come to us after they’ve been unable to find relief elsewhere, despite exhaustive testing and exams.
Discovery Day At NeuroHealth, the first step is often a Discovery Day analysis, which enables us to determine the best course of action to optimize your brain health. This comprehensive evaluation provides insight into the genetic, metabolic, immune, and psychological factors that may be hindering your recovery. When we understand your unique symptoms, we can develop a dynamic, tailored treatment program to address your condition. We use a variety of advanced diagnostic tests to pinpoint what’s causing our patients’ symptoms, so we can develop a comprehensive and effective treatment plan.
RightEye A groundbreaking technological device, RightEye tracks eye movements to assess brain health and other motor functions. With a five-minute non-invasive RightEye test, we can immediately see abnormalities in eye movements that may indicate brain injury.
Video Nystagmography (VNG) Dizziness, poor coordination or balance, and memory impairment are associated with a variety of medical conditions. Commonly, such symptoms are due to dysfunction of the vestibular (inner ear) system, or oculomotor nerve (which controls eye movement). We use a test called video nystagmography (VNG) to detect vestibular and oculomotor abnormalities. VNG is a non-invasive test in which we outfit patients with a set of infrared goggles that track eye movement. Based on specific types of eye movements, we can accurately diagnose disorders such as:
• Traumatic brain injury (TBI) – TBI may be the result of a physical event, or it may be the result of a gradual and worsening condition • Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) – This condition usually causes dizziness, nausea, and unsteadiness • Vestibular neuronitis – Also called labyrinthitis, this is an infection of the vestibular nerve in the inner ear that causes acute vertigo, nausea, and vomiting • Internuclear ophthalmoplegia – A disorder that impairs lateral movement of the eyes Computerized Dynamic Posturography (CAPS®) Posturography is a non-invasive test used to quantify how well a person is able to control posture and balance. CAPS is a useful tool for detecting balance disorders, brain injuries, and other abnormalities. With posturography, we can also detect misalignments within the body or postural habits that may be contributing to pain, instability, or lack of mobility.
Dynavision D2® This light-training reaction device was developed to train sensory-motor integration through the visual system. The increased ability to receive visual stimuli, mentally process this information, then react to it with a motor response, has vast implications for human performance.
Originally designed for high-performance athletics training, it was soon discovered as an incredible evaluation tool for head injuries, concussions, and visual field deficits. This tool is not only limited to athletes and head injuries but also provides effective therapy for those struggling with dementia/Alzheimer's, stroke rehab, ADD/ADHD, Parkinson's, and many other neurodegenerative health conditions.
Interactive Metronome® This is a cutting-edge neurological assessment and treatment tool that improves your underlying motor planning and sequencing ability. Clinical studies have shown that improving these fundamental areas leads to significant gains in a wide range of cognitive and physical challenges, including attention, motor skills, and coordination.
IM's game-like auditory-visual platform engages the patient and provides constant feedback at the millisecond level to promote synchronized timing in the brain. Exercises can be customized and involve a hierarchy of increasingly complex and precisely timed motor movements intertwined with gradually higher & faster cognitive processing, attention, and decision-making. It is the only neuro-motor therapy tool that can be used successfully with all patients across the therapy spectrum, even those who require total hands-on assistance due to cognitive and/or physical impairments and those who are very young or elderly.
Reflex neurocognitive testing This technology measures the balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems to indicate whether patients still have concussion symptoms and tracks treatment progress.
Neuroplasticity is the ability of the brain to grow, adapt, and reorganize. Our aim is to create the optimal environment for growth and plasticity as you complete your therapy program. We accomplish this by using an array of proven therapies and tools designed to stimulate and retrain the brain.
NeuroReset NeuroReset is a 5-day intensive neurorehabilitation program designed for patients experiencing symptoms such as mood swings, memory lapses, migraines, and dizziness weeks or months after a brain injury. NeuroReset is created and customized for each patient based on our evaluation, and can include any array of the treatment tools described below. Our patients have reported significant relief following this intensive therapy. Learn more about NeuroReset.
Oculomotor rehabilitation Many patients experience vision impairment following a brain injury. These symptoms can include blurred vision, double vision, light sensitivity, pain, as well as difficulty reading and scanning that disrupts school, work, and play. Vision therapy can include exercises and functional skill work designed to improve tracking, focus, depth perception, visual processing, and spatial awareness. Vestibular therapy The vestibular (inner ear) and visual systems are intimately connected, and a brain injury can disrupt the connection between them, resulting in an unpleasant loss of equilibrium. Imagine watching a video in which the audio and picture are not in sync. Through our evaluation and treatment, we can repair the connection between the vestibular and visual systems to get your “audio and video” back in sync. Additionally, because the eye and inner ear together activate broad regions of the brain, they provide a powerful rehabilitative tool.
Reaction time therapy Studies show a concussion can cause delays in reaction time, even when no other symptoms are present. We measure reaction time using RightEye and apply a variety of tasks and therapies designed to restore optimal reaction times.
GyroStim The GyroStim is a type of vestibular therapy allowing the patient to perform a variety of exercises and challenges while seated in a multi-axis rotational chair controlled by a computer program. The GyroStim can provide relief for symptoms associated with concussion, traumatic brain injury, and other neurological conditions. It has been shown to help patients improve reaction time, balance, hand-eye coordination, and spatial awareness.
Alpha-Stim The Alpha-Stim is a cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) device used to treat an array of symptoms. The device uses a tiny microcurrent that mimics electrical currents in the brain to stimulate nerve cells. Studies show that the device is effective for treating headaches and migraines too.
Somatosensory Evoked Potential (SSEP) SSEP is a form of electro-stimulation therapy that can be used to find and assess injuries to the brain and nervous system. We use a device that sends a gentle signal to the brain and then tracks and measures the response, allowing us to pinpoint areas in need of treatment.
Electrical Muscle Stimulation This therapy involves the use of electrodes to stimulate motor nerves in order to decrease pain, calm muscle spasms, and promote healing. Repetition of electrical muscle stimulation treatments has been shown to increase muscle strength and the efficiency of how muscles use oxygen, so this therapy is appropriate for both injury rehabilitation and for athletes looking to improve their performance.
Concentrated Oxygen Therapy The body needs oxygen to heal damaged tissue, maintain brain function, and create energy. Patients who are struggling to recover from injuries or illness may benefit from concentrated oxygen therapy, in which concentrated oxygen is delivered to the body via a small nasal tube.
Photobiomodulation This non-invasive therapy applies a class 3B laser stimulation through the skull to target specific networks in the brain. Studies are showing this new technology can stimulate healing, improve circulation, and reduce swelling and inflammation. Low-Level Laser Therapy (Cold Laser) Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) helps repair damaged nerves, using wavelengths of light to increase cellular energy and stimulate cellular function. Improvements in cellular function help with the absorption of nutrients and protein-building.
Vielight® When the body’s natural means of creating energy for cell repair and regrowth are damaged, we use a therapy called photobiomodulation to generate that cell energy artificially. The Vielight device applies near-infrared light (NIR) energy that is converted to cellular energy that accelerates cell regeneration and healing.
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