Chronic Fatigue & CFIDS

Defined as:

  • Chronic fatigue of six months or longer duration with other known medical conditions excluded by clinical diagnosis.
  • The symptoms can be sudden or gradual and must have persisted or recurred during six or more consecutive months of illness and must not have predated the fatigue.
  • Similar Medical Conditions – Fibromyalgia syndrome, myalgic encephalomyelitis, neurasthenia, multiple chemical sensitivities, and chronic mononucleosis.

There are four main categories of symptoms in CFS:

  1. Fatigue – People with CFS experience profound, overwhelming exhaustion, which gets worse after exertion and can never be fully relieved by sleep.
  2. Pain - Pain in CFS includes muscle pain, joint pain, headaches, stomachaches, lymph node pain, and sore throats.
  3. Cognitive Problems and Neurological ProblemsCognitive Problems: People with CFS have trouble remembering words, names, and places, find it hard to concentrate, and have trouble thinking straight.  Neurological Problems: include dizziness and light-headedness, especially when standing up quickly.
  4. Sensitivies – People with CFS tend to be sensitive to light, sound, and some chemicals and foods.

Symptoms Resulting From a Disruption in the Brain’s Electrical Vitality:

* Brain Imbalance resulting in an Overactive Upper Brainstem (Mesencephalon) * Chronic pain & Chronic Fatigue * Migraine headaches & light sensitivity * Blurred vision * Increased sweating * Difficulty falling or staying asleep * Heart palpitations, increased heart rate * Irritable Bowel Syndrome * Urinary tract infections * High blood pressure * Fibro Fog or Flu-like symptoms

Evaluation of the Brain Based Care Patient

  • Screening Exam
  • Insight Technology Scan

Sensitive Computerized scans to determine Autonomic Nervous System Function, Pain Levels, and Physical Performance that may be affecting Cortical and Cerebellar input.

  • X-rays

X-rays, MRI’s or other imaging may be important to access damage to spine and nervous system.
Much of long term physical trauma is forgotten or minimized.

  • Comprehensive Health History

Allows us to identify any past and present stressors in your life – especially those resulting in Long Term Pain or Dysfunctior
Physical Stress- Current and Past Trauma, LT Pain
Chemical Stress – Metals, Hormones, Pesticides
Emotional Stress – Financial, Personal, Social

  • Comprehensive Functional Neuro and Physical Exam
  • Functional lab tests – as needed

- Analysis of Metabolic Conditions using Advanced lab Tests – Neurotransmitter Testing for Serotonin, Dopamine and Epinephrine levels – Comprehensive Digestive Testing for Intestinal Permeability, Dysbiosis and Metabolism – Super-sensitive Thyroid Testing – Mitochondrial Function Test for Energy Conversion Problems – Toxicity Tests – Adrenal Function for Stress

A Suite of Therapies Used for Brain Activation

  1. Vibration Therapy on One Side of the Body
  2. Gentle Chiropractic Adjustments on One Side of the Body
  3. Oxygen Therapy
  4. Exercise with Oxygen Therapy
  5. Low Light Emission Laser
  6. Auricular Therapy
  7. Olfactory Stimulation
  8. Mirror Imagery
  9. Spin Therapy

If you would like to see if BRAIN-BASED CARE might help you or a loved one contact us for more information or to schedule an appointment.

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