Our neurorehab program
Delta S Performance's flagship program offers a brain-based approach in treating all manner of neurological conditions.
Why brain Based Rehabilitation?
The brain is made up of a network of millions of cells called neurons.
Neurons connect to each other to build circuits.
Each connection is made up of two neurons and an immune or "glial" cell.
Symptoms happen when these circuits are damaged or the immune cell is affected.
When a circuit is damaged, your brain will attempt to right the course automatically, taking its best guess at compensating for the injury with other connections.
Sometimes these compensatory connections aren't ideal.
How are compensations made?
Our brain uses our senses of sight, sound, smell, touch, taste, and gravity to learn where the world is, and where you are in relation to it.
If the systems that sense ourselves and our world aren't accurate, compensations will have errors.
If the circuits of the brain that interpret our senses aren't accurate, compensations will have errors.
Your brain's best guess for the right answer may cause symptoms as side effects.
When healing from a brain injury, those connections need to be guided.
our program offers
Rehabilitation of all the senses your body uses.
Rehabilitation of all the reflexes between those sensory systems.
Neuroimmune support to get results quickly.
All bundled together in a data-driven program tailored to your individual needs.
"it's the little details that are vital.
little things make big things happen"
We create individualized, data-driven, plans to get to the core of the issue.
Then we harness the power of brain connectivity to get results!
We treat people just like you, not symptoms.
who we help
Brain injuries can be metabolic without a traumatic cause.
Our program has helped patients with neurological sequelae of chronic inflammatory, viral, and bacterial infections.
Chronic Lyme Disease
Tick Borne Illness
When the brain is neither accurate nor precise, we find ourselves constantly correcting for subconscious errors made by the brain.
This can also cause subtle dysautonomia, causing larger fluctuation between sympathetic and parasympathetic states.
This is exhausting. Let's improve brain function.
Anxiety and depression has been shown in the literature to be more associated with the energy threshold of certain parts of the brain, rather than due to a deficiency of any specific neurotransmitter.
Improving the strength of these areas of the brain, improving your brain's accuracy in perceiving the world, and improving your brain's ability to cope with the challenges has been effective with these conditions.
Conversely, we have also seen improvement with these cases using our functional medicine and functional wellness programs.
Movement disorders tend to improve when sensory-motor mismatches between the basal ganglia, sensory cortex, motor cortex, and the cerebellum are solved.
Your brain depends on accurate maps to know how to navigate the world.
motor vehicle injury
Did you know that stopping short unprepared from just 10mph is enough to cause a mild concussion?
It's highly likely that any whiplash injury has some level of brain injury.
Our program has improved these symptoms, even over 18 months post accident.
The bottom of the brainstem houses parts of the brain that regulates your autonomic nervous system and vagus nerve output.
There are specific areas above it that regulate reflexes that control the function of these autonomic centers.
We see this often in combination with TBI. Our approach targets those reflexes to help your brain control autonomic fluctuation.
Head and face pain can be particularly common with a number of causes.
There are reflexes between your upper neck, eyes, and inner ear. When one area is dysfunctional, the others will have to compensate, potentially causing headaches or migraines.
Often times, the cause can be aberrant functioning of the autonomic nervous system. This can be exceedingly frustrating or disabling.
Strokes and transient ischemic attacks involve the loss of neurons due to a bleed of some sort.
The key with rehabilitation is to help guide the compensation from viable neurons adjacent to the lost neurons.
Brain injuries can result from twisting and stretching forces to fragile brain tissue.
They damage pathways that allow your brain to navigate the world symptom free. Those pathways need to be regrown and retrained.
Our approach has helped patients become self aware, get out of pain, manage sensory input, improve balance, regulate emotions, and think clearly.
Vertigo and dizziness can involve injuries and/or dysfunction to the neck and/or the inner ear.
The sensation of movement typically results from a sensory mismatch between your eyes, your inner ear, and feedback from muscles and joints.
Our evaluation helps determine which systems are the culprit.
Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and other neurodegenerative conditions are often difficult.
The goal of treatment is to slow the progression through an evidence based nutritional approach and to improve brain functionality as seen viable in our examination.
We have seen improvement in patients' cognition, memory, walking, mood, and overall quality of life.
The cause of chronic pain syndromes like Fibromyalgia is believed to involve changes within the brain and spinal cord, and be improved by the biopsychosocial model of pain science.
In our evaluations, we have noticed that these pain findings are not in isolation, but also are accompanied by inaccuracies in brain function.