South Florida Integrative Health offers rehab for those affected by concussions

The most common form of head injury is mild traumatic brain injury, otherwise known as concussions.

Youth and high school football season is here and South Florida Integrative Health (SFIH) offers important facts about concussion impacts, as well as unique rehabilitative treatments for patients affected by concussions.

SFIH is a Miami-based office offering a groundbreaking approach to neuroplasticity, which is the ability of the brain to change. By offering different brain-based therapies, their approach is aimed to change function and structure of the brain to improve performance and reduce symptoms.

More than 300,000 sports-related concussions occur annually in the U.S., and this number continues to rise. Once injuries are sustained, a concussion can affect memory, judgment, reflexes and muscle coordination. It is pivotal for those affected by concussions to rehabilitate with brain exercises.

Specializing in the rehabilitation of injuries to both the nervous system and the musculoskeletal system, SFIH ― in most cases ― rehabilitates concussions with both neurological and physical rehabilitation strategies. Using state-of-the-art equipment, SFIH founders Dr. David Traster, DC, MS, DACNB, FABBIR, CCSP, PAK, PES, CES, and Dr. Kelsey Brenner, DC, DACNB, FABBIR, integrative health coach; uncover the source of the problem and personalize treatments specific to the patient’s needs.

Combining the application of vestibular rehabilitation, gait rehabilitation, balance training, eye-movement exercises, visual therapy, auditory therapy, coordination training, neurofeedback, physical rehabilitation strategies, and numerous physiotherapy modalities, SFIH’s individualized treatments are designed to optimize neurological and musculoskeletal function.

Brain health is critical at any age. Most Americans go to a yearly checkup to monitor their heart, blood pressure, and standard blood markers. However, with the rise of neurological related conditions, there is a hole in the healthcare system for preventative and rehabilitative diagnostics and procedures.

Neurological-based rehabilitation strategies intend to manipulate the molecules, cells, and connections of networks of specific areas of the nervous system. Activation of the brain affects many neurotransmitter systems and promotes new connections within the brain and spinal cord. It also leads to the creation of new neurons and blood vessels in the brain and spinal cord.

“It’s imperative to recognize the signs of concussion and respond to it appropriately,” Dr. Traster said . “While concussions are common in young people who play sports such as football, they can happen to anyone. In 90 percent of cases, concussions do not result in loss of consciousness.”

Dr. Brenner said, “At South Florida Integrative Health, we provide truly individualized rehabilitation for patients with concussions. With our advanced diagnostics, customized treatment plans and followup care, we have the expertise and tools to successfully treat those with concussions, as well as promote overall brain health.”

To schedule an appointment or a consultation with SFIH, call 786-800-2888. For more information on the practice and to read testimonials from patients, visit www.SouthFloridaIntegrative.com. South Florida Integrated Health is located at 1330 SW 22 St., Suite 306, Miami, FL 33145.


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