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Dr. Haavik's study, which has just been published, shows the interest of chiropractic in neuroscience and the impact of spine and chiropractic control on brain activity, especially prefrontal activity.
This study highlights the fact that one can change the way the brain works through chiropractic work. The study is serious and interesting enough to highlight it. I'll let you read its summary.
In the world of sport, concussions are widespread. The subtle and invisible lesions they cause can affect the psychological health of victims, particularly in the case of successive concussions. A team of researchers from the Montreal Neurological Institute has been able to establish, through functional magnetic resonance, an astonishing relationship between concussions and depression.
Dystonia is a neurologic disorder characterized by sustained involuntary muscle contractions. Lesions responsible for unilateral secondary dystonia are confined to the putamen, caudate, globus pallidus, and thalamus. Dysfunction of these structures is suspected to play a role in both primary and secondary dystonia. Recent evidence has suggested that the cerebellum may play a role in the pathophysiology of dystonia. The role of the cerebellum in ataxia, a disorder of motor incoordination is well established. How may the cerebellum contribute to two apparently very different movement disorders? This review will discuss the idea of whether in some cases, ataxia and dystonia lie in the same clinical spectrum and whether graded perturbations in cerebellar function may explain a similar causative role for the cerebellum in these two different motor disorders. The review also proposes a model for cerebellar dystonia based on the available animal models of this disorder.
The theory evoking as a possible cause an asymmetry of a vestibular canal is more and more recognized by scientists.
This recent article asks questions about a possible central cause to the problem of spinal growth in adolescents, "Lateral Semicircular Canal Asymmetry in Idiopathic Scoliosis: An Early Link between Biomechanical, Hormonal and Neurosensory Theories?"
We can compare with the research done by a chiropractor in Quebec (JP Pialasse) on sensory-motor integration in adolescents with so-called idiopathic scoliosis :
Neuroscience is evolving and tends to highlight the important role of the central nervous system in classical musculoskeletal pathologies.
The analysis of oculomotricity is a method increasingly used in the context of clinical research, for the exploration of diseases including neurological and psychiatric.
At the Neuro-Functional Rehabilitation Center, we use it in our current clinical practice. learn more
Inspired by American and Anglo-Saxon methods, a neuro-functional rehabilitation center was set up in Saint-Malo.
Consultations are by appointment only.
Rehabilitation involves effective stimulations. Some stimulations may be local, others are considered more central (brain). Associating different stimulations to inform the central nervous system, however, requires advanced technology and particular skills.
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