Chiropractic Brain Benefits
Dr. Julie Brown explains how a Chiropractic adjustment benefits the brain.
Chiropractic is a diagnosis and treatment of the neuromusculoskeletal system. Chiropractic is an essential part of therapy at our Center helping patients restore balance and promote the body’s self healing.
This hands-on therapy approach promotes improved blood flow and nerve function through manipulations and adjustments to help the body restore normal functions. Due to such a high success rate, Chiropractic has become the third largest doctored health care profession in the U.S, Canada and Australia.
After finding the joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments that are not functioning properly, we use the appropriate application to help your body correct itself. We can use active release technique (A.R.T.) with our treatment. It makes Chiropractic therapy sessions more gentle for patients that feel uncomfortable with regular spinal adjustments.
At Southern California Brain Center, you can be 100% confident in our therapy programs and feel relaxed when you visit our office. We conduct a full medical history evaluation before treatments start and we have been trained to look at the neurological, biomechanical and biological aspects of the body.
We know that when a joint is “out of alignment” it really means it is not moving through its full range of motion due to neurological, mechanical and chemical implications. With our help, you can regain the flexibility and motion you need to live healthy and pain free.
Do you limit your activity because you know it will flare up an old injury? Have you tried everything to resolve this injury? Did you recently sprain or strain a muscle without “doing anything”. When you play with your children does your “back go out”? Do you find yourself taking pain medications everyday? Have you had cortisone injections but they only gave you temporary relief? Have you been wanting to try a new activity but are limited due to your “bad shoulder”?
It’s time for a change! You have the potential to return to your previous active lifestyle by decreasing your flare ups and their intensity, preventing future sprains or strains, or by turning that “bad shoulder” into your “good shoulder”. You can achieve an understanding of what was perpetuating your chronic injury.
Tired of living an unfulfilled life due to pain? Maybe you think you are stuck this way? Maybe you have just come to terms with a restricted lifestyle because you see no hope? Or have you tried other practitioners with no results?
If you hear any or all of the above statements in your head talk then you could be experiencing chronic tissue damage. At Southern California Brain Center we focus on musculoskeletal injuries with a patented tissue technique called Active Release Technique (A.R.T.) applied from a brain based model. From athletes to computer programmers, the common issue is repetitive tissue damage which builds scar tissue or adhesions within or between tissues. This changes how your body moves which puts stress on tendons, ligaments, and other supportive musculature. Our doctors locate the mechanism that is causing the repetitive stress on your body which is not always where the pain is located. We provide tissue therapy, rehabilitative exercises, and lifestyle planning so you can get your life back.
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Julie Brown DC, MS-ClinNeuroSci, DACNB, FABBIR
- Doctor of Chiropractic
- Masters in Clinical Neuroscience
- Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board
- Fellows of the American Board of Brain Injury Rehabilitation
- Concussion Diagnosis
- Concussion Rehabilitation
- Chiropractic Neurology
- Autoimmune Disease Support
- Nutrition & Lifestyle Planning
Julie Brown DC, MS-ClinNeuroSci, DACNB, FABBIR is a Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist. Her education includes a Master’s of Science in Clinical Neuroscience. She has specialized training for concussion rehab and traumatic brain injuries from Dr. Ted Carrick D.C. of the Carrick Institute. During her 19 years of experience, Dr. Brown has increased her focus on concussion recovery, movement disorders, post concussive syndrome, vertigo, migraines, TMJ, and chronic pain. She develops a personalized therapy program for every patient by utilizing the most advanced equipment. Dr. Brown is dedicated to finding solutions that improve quality of life for patients suffering traumatic brain injuries.