Brain Mapping: Treating PTSD

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Join RVP provider Lawrence Nelson D.C. of the Concussion and Whiplash clinic for a free training on Brain Mapping and how it can be used to treat veterans with TBI and PTSD.

 

Your brain is your most important organ. It serves as the center of your nervous system, controlling all parts if your body. Understanding how the brain works and how to maintain your brain function is important, especially when trying to manage specific issues such as:

Anxiety and PTSD, Head Injury (TBI), Attention Issues, Pain, Depression, Sleep issues, Memory Loss and, Stress.

When the head or body experiences any sudden movement (i.e. whiplash) brain movement can overcome the fluid cushion and be stretched, damaging nerves and become bruised by bumping into the inside of the skull. These tissue injuries disturb the transmission of nerve signals causing pain, dysfunction and symptoms.

Understanding your brain’s electrical activity helps your doctor develop a personalized treatment plan that targets the source of your symptoms. The eVox Brain Map is designed to help physicians understand your brain’s electrical activity and develop a treatment plan that targets the source of your symptoms.

 

June 15th, 2017 8:30 AM   through   10:00 AM
TaborSpace Annex
5441 SE Belmont St
Portland, OR 97215
United States
Phone: 503-954-2259
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