Neurological Rehabilitation, Asheville, NC

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Optimize your nervous system and work toward a more complete recovery.

Your nervous system controls every function, organ, and muscle in your body. This is why, after an injury or serious trauma, focusing on healing your nervous system can effectively enhance your recovery process and help you get back to improved function as quickly as possible.

Neurological Rehabilitation in Asheville, North Carolina

At Advanced Chiropractic Center, we practice neurological rehabilitation, which is a method of strengthening and exercising the nervous system. We do this by incorporating physical mobilization and neurological activation during the rehabilitation process, and it often helps our patients achieve much more than they would have with physical therapy or traditional chiropractic care alone.

When you suffer an injury or contract an illness, alarms go off within your nervous system to protect your body from further injury. These “alarms” typically manifest themselves in the form of illness, decreased range of motion, and generalized dysfunction. This means that for many people, dysfunction, impaired range of motion, and chronic pain will continue long after the condition, illness, or injury has subsided. Neurological rehabilitation retrains the brain to eliminate these alarms from continuing within the nervous system so noticeable pain reduction and healing can occur.

To start the neurological rehabilitation process, we perform a full evaluation to identify hidden neurological weaknesses in your body. By identifying these weaknesses, we can employ specialized, personalized techniques to activate your nervous system’s innate power to heal the body.

If you want to regain function after an illness, injury, or other condition, we may recommend neurological rehabilitation as part of your treatment plan. Contact us today to schedule an appointment with our office in Asheville, North Carolina or to find out more about this innovative approach to rehabilitation.