Head Trauma2019-02-13T10:47:55+00:00


You just had your bell rung…what’s next? The forefront of the discussion for our athletes of all levels is focused on the concussion epidemic. As more research is conducted, we, as practitioners, are discovering that their are both short and long term consequences as a result of a traumatic head injury, the biggest of which focus on the neurological, endocrinological, and vestibular compromise. At Hope Chiropractic Center, we are able to evaluate the integrity of these three physiological systems utilizing state of the art neurological assessment. If you or a loved one has suffered
from a traumatic brain injury, we can help! Let’s schedule your complimentary consult today!


Physical Impact:

Headaches/migraines, foggy thought, sleep disorders, fatigue, nausea, loss of balance/coordination

Long-Term Impact

endocrinological damage (adrenals, thyroid, pituitary, reproductive, circadian rhythm), ADD/ADHD development, short term memory recall damage, early death, personality disorders

Emotional Impact:

Depression, anger, irritability, anxiety, forgetfulness,


How Hope Chiropractic Center provides a long term solution for your unique sleep disorder.

Hope Chiropractic Center utilizes a state of the art approach to evaluate the integrity of YOUR autonomic system as it relates to your circadian rhythm. It is our sole purpose to help YOU discover a solution without compromising your life. In a majority of our cases, our patients are suffering from an overactive sympathetic nervous system resulting in the various sleep disorder presentations we see at our clinic. Through our recommendations, we aim to restore autonomic system balance to maximize your bodies ability to restore normal sleep patterns and allow you to thrive.

We address sleep disorders and autonomic function utilizing a two step state of the artprocess:

Computerized Infrared

Real time evaluation of neurophysiological balance.

Digital Radiography

Biomechanical films for three-dimensional evaluation of your atlas and axis.