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Network Care represents a departure in its approach to healing.

Standard medicine and traditional chiropractic treatment are Restorative, meaning their focus is on eliminating symptoms and restoring the body to a previous state. Restorative healing views symptoms as the problem and does not necessarily deal with the underlying root cause.

Network Care, on the other hand, is Reorganizational, meaning the focus is on moving beyond the body's symptoms by establishing deeper levels of connection and wellness. In Network Care, symptoms are viewed as an opportunity for growth.

Network Care is a learning process, a curriculum for the body/mind to reorganize its connections with itself. As a result, life-long patterns and stress habits that no longer serve us tend to fall away, and more of our authentic self can emerge.

Network Care promotes spontaneous self-correction and regulation of your body. Clients often describe this self-awareness as feeling more empowered and confident in being themselves.



Quantum Neurology (QN) is a method used by doctors to assess the loss of neurological function and to restore it using light therapy and muscle testing.

A QN assessment begins with neurological muscle strength tests called Myotome Testing. This is the standard neurological testing taught to every doctor around the world. Traditionally, Myotome Testing is only used to document the severity of damage to muscle nerves. In QN these basic tests and more sophisticated tests are used to restore function and rehabilitate all nerves.

At a basic level, the nervous system is composed of four types of nerves; sensory, motor, cranial and organ nerves.

A single injury, illness or condition may injure one or more of these nerves. A QN doctor identifies the nerves that have been weakened, and then works with the individual to fire them in combinations that strengthen the nervous system. For example, if you’re walking barefoot and step on a thorn. It hurts! The broken skin, fascia and muscles are painful as sensory nerves fire. This causes you to quickly lift your foot as motor nerves react to the message from the sensory nerves. Cranial nerves may be involved as you grimace and cry “ouch!” Since branches of the nerves that supply the bottom of the foot are shared with organs, additional organ nerves may also be affected by this injury.

QN uses light therapy in the form of ultra bright LED/Infrared lights to amplify nerve signals. Light therapy is well documented for the stimulation of mitochondrial ATP (cellular energy) production, lymphocyte activity (cellular detoxification), increased circulation and tissue oxygenation, and decreased inflammation. Each QN session is a series of neurological evaluations and corrections. The corrections last until the nerves are re-injured. Even though most individuals have a lasting correction, severely injured nerves may need to be corrected repeatedly until they can handle the stress of a required activity.

For more information look up quantumneurology.com or check out the numerous videos on Youtube.


Interactive Metronome


The Interactive Metronome is a therapeutic assessment and training program that improves attention, concentration, motor planning and sequencing.  Improvements in those areas result in stronger motor control and coordination, enhanced balance and gait, and improved language and cognition.

The Benefits of Interactive Metronome 
Interactive Metronome integrates sight, sound, and physical movements to improve working memory, attention, processing, sequencing and motor coordination.

Conditions improved by the Interactive Metronome are:

ADHD
Dyslexia
Stuttering
Asperger’s/Autism
Sensory Processing Disorder
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
Cerebral Vascular Accident (CVA)  (Stroke)
Parkinson’s Disease
Balance Disorders
Limb Amputation
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury
Functional Decline
Development Disorders
Low Endurance and Stamina

How It Works
Interactive Metronome provides a structured, goal-oriented program that challenges the patient to synchronize a range of whole body exercises to a precise computer-generated beat.  The patient attempts to match the rhythmic beat with repetitive motor movements.  Interactive Metronome’s game-like features engage the patient with auditory and visual guidance and provide real-time feedback while encouraging him/her to improve their scores. 

The Interactive Metronome is a therapy tool that engages patients and drives them to improve their clinical outcomes.  Interactive Metronome is used by over 15,000 providers in hospitals and clinics throughout the United Stated and Canada.  Physical therapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Language Pathologists and other professionals use the Interactive Metronome to accelerate therapy outcomes and exceed traditional clinical expectations.

For more information go to: www.InteractiveMetronome.com

 


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