• Dr. Nathan Keiser

Concussion with dysautonomia. How does evaluating brain function translate into effective treatment

I love answering questions from patients. It is empowering to have insight into your health. Even more, the more you understand, the more informed your decisions. Another key to patient education is the ability to ease apprehensions or fears about what is going on. A sense of mystery is fun in a movie, but not when it is your own health. It is reassuring to understand how serious a condition is, what the options are and how to proceed.

Below is a video of a discussion with a patient that occurred after 2 days of immersive treatment. We are talking about how we can take information about eye movements and use it to recover from a post-concussive dysautonomic syndrome. If you are suffering with post-concussive symptoms or dysautonomia, you may relate.

#OrthostaticHypotension #ChiropracticNeurology #FunctionalNeurology #Dizziness #PosturalOrthostaticTachycardiaSyndrome #POTS #Dysautonomia #Migraine

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