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Neuroplasticity is the concept that the brain and central nervous system can create and reorganize cellular connections to create learning and behavioral change.


When we talk about neuroplasticity, we are harnessing the power of the brain and central nervous system to create meaningful change in order to heal and recover from injury and illness. 

As a board certified chiropractic neurologist, Dr. Chung has been trained in the methodologies taught by Dr. Ted Carrick. We use sophisticated diagnostics and therapies to help rehabilitate the brain from a variety of neurological disorders with special interests in:

  • Concussion/Traumatic Brain Injury

  • Vertigo and other vestibular disorders

  • Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia and other Autonomic Disorders

  • Neurodegenerative disorders


This is the core of a Chiropractic Neurology paradigm.

Chiropractic or functional neurology is not a specific therapy or treatment. While a conventional medical neurologist is primarily tasked to diagnose and treat pathology of the brain and nervous system, a chiropractic neurologist uses neurological principles and examinations to design very precise rehabilitation for the nervous system.

What Will a Functional Neurologist Do?

The core of a functional neurology practice is a thorough neurological exam. During this exam, you may find that we are testing many different aspects of brain function that you may not have had done with other doctors. In particular, we place a large focus on:

  • Balance

  • Eye movements

  • Cranial nerves

  • and sensory/motor function

It’s not uncommon for your initial exam to take upwards of 2 hours for the first appointment depending on what condition your are presenting with.


Eye movement testing is one of the important diagnostics in a functional neurology exam.


Computerized Balance testing helps us to gauge and monitor your progress with neurorehabilitation.

Functional Neurological Therapies

When it comes to treating patients, there isn’t a one size fits all protocol for any condition. Each patient has a customized regiment of different therapies to help target the function of a specific region of the brain that was identified during the examination. Some of these therapies commonly include:

  • Vestibular rehabilitation

  • Eye movement exercises

  • Hand-Eye Coordination Drills

  • Movement Training

  • Non-invasive Vagus Nerve Stimulation

  • Non-invasive trigeminal nerve stimulation

  • Low level laser therapy

Even if you have had one or more of these interventions done before, the secret to functional neurology is the way in which these therapies are applied. Our approach means that each patient will have these therapies targeted towards their specific condition and their specific tolerance to therapy.

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