Brain | Pain | Performance
Ohio Brain and Pain Centers (formerly The Brain Rehabilitation and Integrative Neurology Center) focuses on individualized treatment of pain and injury, brain health, neurological conditions, dizziness and balance, mental health, childhood learning and behavioral disorders, and athletic performance using an integrative neurological approach.
We offer customized treatment for:
- Neck and low back pain
- Migraine and headaches
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
- Vertigo and Dizziness
- Auto accident injuries
- Personal injury
- Work Injury
- Whiplash associated disorder (WAD)
- Learning, behavioral, and attentional issues
- Peripheral Neuropathy
- Sciatica and spinal stenosis
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Cerebral Palsy
- Anxiety and panic attacks
- Developmental disorders
- Sensory processing disorders
- ADHD / Autism-spectrum Disorder
- Dysautonomia and POTS
- and various other health conditions
Injured in an accident in Ohio?
We provide quality medical treatment for patients suffering from injuries after they have been involved in a Car Accident or other type of Personal Injury Accident.
If your injury is the result of a motor vehicle accident and you would like to speak with an Ohio car accident attorney, we can refer you to the Top Personal Injury Attorneys in your area to help get you the financial settlement you deserve.
With an experienced team of healthcare professionals at your disposal, we can ensure physical recovery is possible and refer you to legal professionals if your injury results in a lawsuit.
If you’ve been in a car accident, there is a good chance you’ve sustained microscopic tissue injuries at the least, and possibly more serious musculoskeletal injuries. Regardless of the severity of the accident, if you’re in a little bit of pain or a lot, you should schedule an appointment for evaluation.
Many auto accident victims do not feel pain immediately after their accident (due to the abundant release of adrenaline and other hormones at the time). However, this does not mean they haven’t unknowingly sustained injuries that may lead to future complications down the road.
Common symptoms following a car accident:
- headaches (from whiplash)
- neck pain (from whiplash)
- shoulder pain (from the seat belt)
- low back pain
- foot pain (from your foot being on the pedal)
- nausea, dizziness, balance issues (from possible concussion)
Ask questions and get the guidance you need to help determine the best option for you and your personal injury case – email email@example.com to request the Ohio personal injury lawyer referrals for your area.
Have you suffered a Brain or Spinal Cord Injury from an Accident?
Ohio Brain and Pain Centers specializes in helping individuals with life-altering traumatic brain injury see improved function. Often, even years after their injury.
While there are many ways that the brain can be damaged, we find that many of the symptoms of post-concussion syndrome and traumatic brain injuries derive from a failure of integration within the brain.
These remaining symptoms can range from mild to catastrophic. Traumatic brain injury survivors often experience severe headaches, dizziness, light-headedness and vertigo, crippling fatigue, painful light and sound sensitivity, and incapacitating brain fog. They regularly suffer from memory loss, and struggle even to find the words to communicate. Multi-tasking is no longer an option, and even simple task completion often becomes impossible.
The primary function of your brain is to make sense of where you are in the environment, so that you can adapt to the world appropriately. Your brain does this with visual, vestibular (inner ear), and proprioceptive (muscle and joint) pathways. It needs to use all of these pathways simultaneously to create a coherent unconscious picture of where the world is, and where you are in relation to gravity and the environment.
These pathways include long, thin, and fragile fibers that project from all over the brain down into the brainstem. This is unfortunately the area that takes the most torque and stress from the multivectorial shearing forces that develop with rapid acceleration and rotation of the head. This disrupts these pathways and damages their integration.
They no longer say the same thing about where the body is in relation to the world, and the brain must struggle to resolve the mismatch between the senses. This can be profoundly fatiguing, robs resources from cognitive pathways, and provokes the majority of post-concussive symptoms.
If you or a loved one has suffered a brain or spinal cord injury in an accident, contact us to get in contact with the area’s top Ohio brain injury lawyers.
To learn more about Post-Concussion Syndrome and Traumatic Brain Injury, visit – https://thebraincenterohio.com/who-we-help/.