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The Necessary First Step Towards Correcting ADD/ADHD

Posted on October 19th, 2016

Team Health Care Clinic PC  has a special interest in childhood developmental disorders such as ADD/HD, autism, aspergers, and others. Our experience shows it is vital a child have a thorough evaluation by experienced health care providers if we are to get to the underlying cause of the child’s condition and correct the imbalances.

Because each of these cases are unique, they can be complex. There is no clinic that evaluates these children more thoroughly or precisely because it is imperative the precise remedy is recommended. Our evaluation involves 2 days including: (Continue Reading…)

Restore Balance With Physical Therapy

Posted on October 6th, 2016

Our experience with balance problems at our chiropractic wellness clinic is that they respond well to physical therapy due to the number of different techniques we offer and special attention to assessing and meeting our patient’s individual needs. Balance problems can manifest in a number of ways such as experiencing dizziness and vertigo among others.

What Does Poor Balance Feel Like? (Continue Reading…)

Vertigo and Dizziness: The Vitamin D Connection

Posted on September 26th, 2016

Each day at Team Health Care Clinic, PC we have patients that present with symptoms of vertigo and dizziness. These may be symptoms that have been there for a matter of hours, or even years. While there are many causes, BPPV may be what’s causing you trouble.

The Most Common Cause of Dizziness (Continue Reading…)

High Intensity Exercise Better for Brain Health

Posted on September 19th, 2016

Our chiropractic wellness clinic offers the best advice we can to help patients who have conditions related to brain imbalances, including ADD, dizziness, difficulty focusing or concentrating (brain “fog”), fatigue and mood disorders.

At times this means modifying our approach to offer advice in keeping up with advances in healthcare and longevity. For instance, our providers coach patients on a specific form of exercise research is now showing is the best for our brains. (Continue Reading…)

Children and Back Pain: Backpack Considerations

Posted on September 7th, 2016

At Team Health Care Clinic we frequently see children who experience back, neck and shoulder pain that is caused by carrying a backpack that is too heavy or not the right type for a child’s smaller frame. If your child is already experiencing back or neck pain, it is time to see your chiropractor for adjustments to correct any spinal or postural problems.

Now that it’s time to go back to school you may be searching for the perfect backpack for your child. Your kids will be focused on finding the one with a favorite princess or superhero on it.  What you may not know is that it is so much more than that.  Sadly about 7,000 children visit the ER each year because of backpack related injuries (strains, sprains, dislocations and fractures).Kids at school (Continue Reading…)

Gluten Sensitivity Without Celiac Disease

Posted on August 29th, 2016

Traditionally gluten problems are thought of as being digestive, particularly damage to the small intestine called celiac disease. However, our work at Team Health Care Clinic has shown that gluten sensitivity can result in many other symptoms, often not related to digestion. Research done at the Columbia University Medical Center has confirmed what we see on a regular basis, namely that wheat and gluten can have far reaching effects on the body.

The researchers at Columbia University studied healthy individuals, celiac patients and individuals with symptoms that they associated with wheat consumption. What these researchers found was evidence of digestive tract damage in the non-celiac wheat sensitive people. Damage to the intestinal barrier  allows for increased absorption of undigested food into the body. This results in increased immune system reaction as well as increased inflammatory changes in the body. They, therefore, established the mechanism for what is being called non-celiac gluten sensitivity. They also noted that abstaining from gluten containing foods for 6 months significantly decreased the inflammatory reaction. (Continue Reading…)

Effective Therapy for Concussion and ADHD: Neurofeedback

Posted on August 18th, 2016

At Team Health Care Clinic, we have a special interest in brain based health concerns such as concussion and ADHD. Neurofeedback and QEEG Brain Map have been found to be effective interventions.

In a study of student athletes who experienced a concussion, researchers reported all continued to have visible damage on a specialized MRI six months after the injury. Especially concerning was that all were deemed recovered in 7 to 10 days, so signs of neurological damage persisted long after concussion symptoms disappeared. This is an important study and will be presented at the upcoming American Academy of Neurology conference. (Continue Reading…)

Correct This Problem for Help With ADD, Autism, Asperger’s

Posted on August 12th, 2016

Symptoms May Be Improved or Eliminated With This Approach to Recovery

Paients suffering from a number of health problems in the category of neurodevelopmental disorders have a better chance of recovering by correcting persistent primitive reflexes. These include common conditions we see every day at our clinic:

Recover From Soft Tissue Injury Faster With Graston Technique

Posted on August 3rd, 2016

Our physical therapists find Graston Technique to be effective in helping patients recover faster from soft tissue injuries. We’ve seen decreases in pain and inflammation even after just one session. Painful scar tissue also responds well to Graston.

Graston technique is a type of instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization. Special steel instruments that fit areas of the body are used to scan parts of the body and treat the local lesions of soft tissue limited motion, adhesions, scar tissue, or edema. (Continue Reading…)

How Concussion Can Destroy Your Gut

Posted on July 28th, 2016

The Gut-Brain Connection

At Team Health Care Clinic we  frequently have the opportunity to care for individuals who have experienced traumatic brain injury or concussion. What people don’t often realize is the far reaching ramifications as a result of such injury. One of these areas frequently affected is the gastrointestinal system.

My thank you to Dr. Jill Carnahan, M.D. for a recent article explaining this. She points out in her article something that we see daily in our clinic, that there is a strong connection between the brain and gut. (Continue Reading…)

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