The human brain is the most complex and awe-inspiring organ in the known universe. The human brain is divided into two halves: the right hemisphere and the left hemisphere. The right hemisphere is much more present, as it is connected to the human family and streams all of our sensory systems into a collage of the here and now.
Conversely, the left hemisphere works linearly and methodically and is all about the past and the future. The left is designed to take the right hemisphere's collage of the present moment and pick out, categorize, and organize its details. The right hemisphere is much more positive and self-fulfilled, where as the left hemisphere helps us to be pragmatic, practical and self-directed. Utilizing both hemispheres for "whole brain living" allows us to create meaningful relationships in our personal and professional lives.
Physical Health and Performance:
› Improved PQ (Physical Function)
› Sports Performance
› Injury Prevention
› Reaction Time
› Eye Movement Accuracy
› Motor Planning and Accuracy
Mental Health and Performance:
› Improved IQ (Cognitive Function)
› Executive Performance
› Processing Speed
› Goal Execution
› Emotional Regulation
› Anxiety Management
Emotional Health and Performance:
› Improved EQ (Emotional Intelligence)
› Increased Self-Awareness
› Decreased Depression
› Coping Skills
Thrive Neuro Health specializes in the rehabilitation of brain/head injuries such as concussion, post concussion syndrome, traumatic brain injury (TBI), and more. An estimated 2.8 million people sustain a TBI annually. In 2012, an estimated 329,290 children (age 19 or younger) were treated in U.S. ER's for sports and recreation-related diagnosis of concussion or TBI.
Thrive Neuro Health specializes in the rehabilitation of injuries to both the nervous system (the brain) and the musculoskeletal system (the body). Our approach allows us to be effective in a variety of conditions that often require both neurological and physical rehabilitation strategies. Combining the application of vestibular rehabilitation, balance and coordination training, gait rehabilitation, eye-movement exercises, visual-motor therapy, auditory therapy, physical rehabilitation strategies, chiropractic services, and various physiotherapy modalities allows us to customize our treatments in order to pursue optimal neurological and musculoskeletal function.
Whether your injury was suffered as a result of sports-related activities, a fall, or by sheer accident, Thrive Neuro Health aims to provide the most comprehensive and contemporary approaches to your rehabilitation program.
› Balance Disorders
› Cervical Dizziness
› Cervical Strain/Sprain
› Chronic Pain
› Movement Disorders
› Musculoskeletal Pain
› Post Concussion Syndrome
› Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
At Thrive Neuro Health we believe in the full and optimal potential of each and every child. Often parents and families are given a diagnosis and feel limited in the options and resources available to them to see their loved ones thrive. Thrive Neuro Health specializes in the improvement and optimization of Neuro-Developmental Differences.
Approximately 6.4 million American children between the ages of 4-17 have been diagnosed with ADHD- more than 11% of the population in that age group. 3.5 million Americans have Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), which is approximately 1 in 68 children. 5-17% of school aged children are diagnosed as dyslexic. Neuro-Developmental differences can arise from a broad variety of genetic/biochemical errors, environmental insults, and interactions between innate and environmental factors. These differences typically manifest early in a child's development, often before they enter grade school, and are characterized by complex constellations of symptoms that may include: intellectual differences, social challenges, emotional dysregulation, perseverative (unrelenting) thoughts, and aberrant (unusual) behaviors.
The range of developmental differences may vary from specific limitations of learning or control of executive functions to global impairments of age-appropriate function, social skills or intelligence. At Thrive Neuro Health, we perform a comprehensive evaluation of your child via advanced technology, as well as comprehensive physical and neurological examinations to assess the functionality of different areas of the brain and assess how each area of the brain is communicating with one another.
Equipped with this specific knowledge, we work with you and your loved one to ensure that you are resourced and equipped with your own personalized at-home brain exercise plan with the aim of optimizing the strength, efficiency, and overall function of the connections in the brain.
› Cerebral Palsy
› Developmental Delays
› Learning Disorders
› Movement Disorders
› Pervasive Developmental Disorders
› Sensory Processing Disorders
› Tourette's Disorder
› Writing Disorders
Neurodegenerative disease is an umbrella term for a range of conditions which primarily affect the neurons in the human brain and spinal cord. Some examples of neurodegenerative conditions are: Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, Parkinson’s disease and other Parkinson’s related disorders, prion disease and other neuro-infectious disorders, motor neuron diseases, Huntington disease, spinocerebellar ataxia (SCA), and spinal muscular atrophy.
Currently, many neurodegenerative disorders are incurable and debilitating conditions that continue to progress over time. At Thrive Neuro, we perform a comprehensive evaluation which includes the use of advanced technology to assess the functionality of different areas of the brain and how each area of the brain communicates with one another. This allows us to understand which areas of the brain are still viable and functioning versus other areas which may have been damaged. A customized management plan is then implemented to help strengthen the available brain circuits with the hope of increasing function and slowing progression. Commonly, we co-manage patients with their medical providers, and we focus on improving functions such as: balance/fall-prevention, walking/gait, coordination, memory, speech, dizziness, visual problems, digestion, fatigue, pain and a variety of movement disorders.
› Alzheimer’s Disease
› Autoimmune Conditions
› Balance Disorders
› Corticobasal Degeneration
› Movement Disorders
› Parkinson's Disease
› Progressive Supranuclear Palsy
› Spinocerebellar Ataxia