Studies indicate that “headache” is among the three most common chronic reasons for patients to seek the help of a doctor. A study by the National Institute of Health estimates that 1 in 10 people will suffer from “recurrent migraine headaches” during their lifetime.

Recent diagnostic advances have revealed that most chronic headaches arise from abnormalities in the sensing and/or delivery of the electrical information in the nervous system. The inaccuracies of the “sensing” part of the nervous system can produce symptoms that include poor vision, dizziness, headache, migraine, vertigo, imbalance, pain, clumsiness and decreased fine motor skills.

Because these conditions present themselves as “symptoms”, most patients do not typically appear ill to their doctor, friends or family. The inability to be recognized as ill often causes the patient to express their abnormality to family, friends, co-workers and even strangers. They are often viewed as being hypochondriacs, chronic complainers and many patients are labeled as “problem patients” by their doctors. Although their problems are real, some patients may even
be told” it’s all in your head.”

The NeuroSensory Center™ is a state-of-the-art facility specifically designed to provide the most complete diagnostic tests available for headache and migraine. This center is equipped with Sensory View™ , a breakthrough diagnostic system that provides a complete array of well recognized and non-invasive diagnostic tests that are formatted into a simple, easy-to-interpret graphical report.

Sensory View allows your doctor to “see” the problem. Once the sensory abnormality is
visualized, a customized treatment plan can be prescribed based on “objective” evidence.
Your doctor will be able to customize your treatment and verify the extent of your recovery at predetermined times in your treatment program.


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