Our Neurorehabilitation Program is based on rehabilitation strategies aimed to manipulate the cells and connections of specific areas of the nervous system. Activation of the brain influences multiple neurotransmitter systems and promotes not only new connections within the brain and spinal cord, but also leads to the creation of new neurons and blood vessels in the brain and spinal cord. At Arukah International Centers, we prescribe therapies in a very specific manner in order to get the best possible outcome for our patients.
How does it work?
The neurorehabilitation program aims to utilize a combination of 2 or more programs either in isolation or in addition to neurofeedback sessions to fast track the brain’s recovery.
Biofeedback is a mind-body technique that involves using visual or auditory feedback to gain control over involuntary bodily functions. This process involves being connected to a device. Biofeedback tries to teach you to control automatic body functions such as heart rate, muscle tension, breathing, perspiration, skin temperature, blood pressure, and even brain waves. By learning to control these functions, you may be able to improve your medical condition, relieve chronic pain, reduce stress, or improve your physical or mental performance (sometimes called peak performance training).
Sand Tray Therapy
Sand tray therapy is a healing process which helps the client work through any painful conscious or unconscious memories which can help to increase emotional expression while reducing the psychological distress that may come from discussing traumatic events or experiences. At the end of the session, the therapist and client will reflect on and discuss the underlying meaning behind the creation.
Chiropractic neurology is defined as the field of functional neurology that engages the internal and external environment of the individual in a structured and targeted approach to affect positive changes in the neuraxis and consequent physiology and behavior.
Balance training boosts the power of the brain by engaging the nervous system to take on new challenge. Neuromuscular facilitation is what happens when you perform balance exercises, and this affects the brain by forcing new neural connections to develop. Exercise that revolves around balance will help prevent or minimize cognitive decline that comes with age.
Strength training, particularly resistance training, has shown to be beneficial for the functioning of the brain. It may also induce the production of neurons and increase brain plasticity.
Functional movement supplies brain cells with oxygen,
promotes the production of new brain cells, and aids in creating new synapses thereby heightening and amplifying brain function
Eye movement exercises are very powerful for treating
physiological brain lesions and used as treatment therapies to remap problematic brain circuits. Specific eye movement exercises are prescribed for each patient and tailored to address their individualized neurological dysfunction.
Finding the root cause of dis-ease and disorders requires looking at the bigger picture and then drilling down to specifics, the use of powerful and proven laboratory and radiological testing enables the creation of a truly personalized insight into the body. This informs interventions to be used to bring restoration and wellness to the body.