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A properly stimulated brain heals faster than one that struggles just to keep up.

A well functioning brain is vital to prevent accelerated degeneration of brain tissue and further loss of function. It takes extensive post-graduate study and experience to become a functional neurologist, being qualified to treat many of the same disorders as a medical neurologist. The big difference is that functional neurologists practice neurology without using drugs or surgery.

A functional neurologist specializes in brain-based therapies, those therapies that are based on understanding the brain's role in joint and muscle dysfunction. All of our sense receptors connect to nerves that ultimately connect to our spine and brain. As sensory input is routed through the nervous system, it literally and constantly alters the function and structure of the brain.
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