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Murray Chiropractic Neurology has had great success with a Brain-Based Approach to therapy utilizing Functional Neurology and Functional Medicine. Whether you are suffering from a common condition that chiropractic can treat, or uncommon conditions that you may have been referred to a Medical Neurologist for, there is a great chance that we may help to improve your neurological function, get you out of pain, and end your suffering before it gets any worse!

Our most compromised patients receive a thorough neurological examination. We also put together a complete health history to give us an accurate picture of the patient’s concerns as well as the functional state of his or her health. We assess the sensory, reflex, cardiovascular, and abdominal systems, as well as balance, coordination, and muscle strength. We also conduct a detailed chiropractic evaluation of joint mechanics, gait, and functional movement. Our goal is to not only identify problems, but to determine how to best restore our patients’ health and functionality.

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Functional Neurology

In the most basic terms, functional neurology is the process of reconfiguring the nervous system — and specifically — the brain and its neuroplasticity.

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Chiropractic Manipulative Therapy

The goal of this form of therapy is to correct any structural issues within the musculoskeletal system, as well as increase joint mobility.

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Functional Medicine, Nutrition, and Supplementation

Functional medicine is an alternative form of healthcare, having an extremely holistic and personal approach for rehabilitation.

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Functional Neuro-Orthopedic Rehab

FNOR promotes recovery by stimulating the body and brain through physical training, which increases strength and mobility while reducing overall pain.

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Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy

Vestibular rehabilitation therapy is a form of physical therapy that treats the body’s stabilization and balance.

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Spinal Decompression Therapy

Spinal decompression therapy is a form of physical therapy that primarily treats back and neck pain.

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SSEP Stimulation

Somatosensory evoked potential (SSEP) are the electrical currents that the nervous system sends to the brain from sensory stimuli.

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Peripheral Nerve Rebuilder Therapy

Peripheral nerve rebuilder therapy (PNRT) is a treatment for neuropathy, which causes sharp nerve pain, extreme sensitivity, or numbness of the arms or legs.

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Laser Treatment

This form of therapy transmits harmless frequencies that relieve pain and accelerate healing for a multitude of conditions.

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Functional and Kinetic Treatment with Rehab

Functional and kinetic treatment with rehab (FAKTR) is used to accelerate healing, with a special interest in soft tissue throughout the musculoskeletal system.

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Functional Range Conditioning

Functional range conditioning is a collective set of principles used to train one’s body to accomplish peak physical and athletic mobility.

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Therapeutic Taping

Therapeutic tape is a strong and flexible adhesive that is applied over damaged tissue.

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Cupping is a form of therapy where cups are applied around the body (typically the back) to encourage blood circulation and muscle relaxation.

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Active Release Technique

Active release technique is a deep soft-tissue massage therapy. It involves therapy in unison with stretching and body movement.

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Advanced Diagnostics

RightEye’s non-invasive eye-tracking technology tests, records, analyzes, and reports minute eye movement patterns at a level of detail not feasible through observation-only exams.

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VR is an effective and engaging way to improve upper or lower extremity coordination and balance during treatment.

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