We treat the underlying cause. Research has shown we can grow neuronal pathways using multi-modal applications.

Prepare for an 1 hour advanced neurological, vestibular, balance and cognitive exam.  Included is Videonystagmography (VNG) test to to evaluate your entire vestibular system and areas of the brain.

Patient performing VNG test during initial assessment to evaluate the vestibular system and areas of the brain.


  • Neuro-stimulation: PONS, Vagus, and Trigeminal Stimulation, Spinal Galvanic Vestibular Stimulation
  • Neurosensory Integrator – eye hand speed, neuro-cognitive etc
  • Cold laser
  • Cranial occipital trigger point therapy (suboccipital neuralgia)
  • Customized exercises – vestibular, postural, gait re-training
  • Interactive Metronome
  • Customized Vestibular Exercises – prescribed based on VNG findings
  • Optokinetic (OPK) stimulation- moving environment w/ stabilized targets
  • Repetitive Peripheral Somatosensory Stimulation (RPSS)
PA patient receiving PONS, vagus and OPK stimulation.

Optokinetic Stimulation which is used in gait rehab, concussion, post-stroke, balance etc to metabolically “wake-up” specific areas of the brain that are decreased in function.

Optokinetic stimulation (moving environment w/ stabilized targets).  Vestibular Rehab

Neuro Sensorimotor Integrator (NSI)  This programmable instrument offers procedures to improve: Pursuits, Saccades, Eye-Hand Coordination, Visual Reaction Time, Speed and Span of Recognition, Visual-Vestibular Integration, Ocularmotor Skills, Visual Motor Skills and Neuro-Cognitive Skills, Go-No-Go (inhibition), and balance targeting.



Patient with Acquired Brain Injury in wheelchair on NSI.  Eye hand, speech, cognitive, left neglect

Interactive Metronome (IM): an auditory-visual platform engages the patient and promotes synchronization within the brain. Temporal processing (timing in the brain) is responsible for detecting where a sound is coming from for focusing attention, reading comprehension, remembering information, processing speech, motor coordination, and several other human capabilities.

The IM is used on those with: ADHD, Dyslexia, Autism, Learning Disorders, Auditory and Visual Processing Disorders, Parkinson’s, Traumatic Brain Injuries, stroke etc.

PA patient performing a cross-crawl gait while on the IM. High arms and cognitive task vocalizations