Mal De Débarquement Syndrome Care with Functional Neurology
Understanding Mal de Débarquement Syndrome
MDDS is characterized by a persistent sensation of rocking, swaying, or bobbing, typically experienced after a period of motion, such as a boat or plane journey. This disorienting feeling can persist for weeks, months, or even years, significantly impacting an individual’s daily life and functionality. The origins of MDDS are not fully understood, making it crucial to adopt a holistic approach that considers the intricate connections within the nervous system.
Functional Neurology: A Specialized Approach
Functional neurology serves as the cornerstone of our MDDS treatment strategy. Rather than focusing solely on the symptoms, our approach acknowledges the interconnectedness of the brain and the body. Our experienced practitioners conduct a thorough assessment of the nervous system, examining various neurological functions, including eye movements, balance, and reflexes. This holistic evaluation enables us to tailor a personalized treatment plan that addresses the specific neurological imbalances contributing to MDDS.
By targeting key areas of the brain associated with vestibular processing and sensory integration, functional neurology aims to restore equilibrium to the nervous system. This comprehensive approach may result in a reduction in the severity and duration of MDDS symptoms.
Photobiomodulation: Illuminating the Path to Relief
Incorporating the innovative technique of photobiomodulation (PBM), our MDDS treatment plans at Axon Integrative Health aim to harness the therapeutic power of low-level light. PBM has shown promise in addressing neurological conditions by promoting cellular activity and mitigating inflammation. Our state-of-the-art PBM devices deliver targeted light therapy, optimizing cellular function and potentially alleviating the underlying factors contributing to MDDS.
Brain Training Techniques: Adapting Neural Pathways
In conjunction with functional neurology and PBM, Axon Integrative Health employs brain training techniques to enhance neuroplasticity, the brain’s ability to adapt and reorganize itself. By guiding patients through personalized exercises and activities, we aim to rewire neural pathways associated with the perception of rocking or swaying sensations.
Our collaborative approach involves developing tailored brain training regimens, incorporating cognitive exercises, sensory stimulation, and mindfulness practices. Through consistent engagement in these activities, individuals with MDDS may experience improvements in their symptoms and regain a sense of balance and stability.
At Axon Integrative Health in Denver, we understand the unique challenges posed by Mal de Débarquement Syndrome and are committed to offering specialized care that goes beyond conventional treatments. Our integration of functional neurology, photobiomodulation, and brain training techniques provides a holistic approach to address the root causes of MDDS and enhance overall neurological health. If you or a loved one is grappling with the persistent sensation of motion associated with MDDS, we invite you to explore the possibilities of our innovative and personalized treatment options. Regain stability and embark on a journey towards improved well-being with Axon Integrative Health.