Recently diagnosed with Dementia ? MS ? or Post Concussion Syndrome ?

and…your medical neurologist advised you there is “nothing else that can be done”

Sounds familiar ? unfortunately this is a common case scenario.

Facts: There are MANY evidence based alternatives that help improve neurological function. (From lifestyle changes, medical acupuncture, to specific botanical and nutraceuticals supplements, specific Chiropractic techniques to name a few.)

What is Functional Neurology ?
 Modern research has shown that brain and neurological function can be dramatically improved in a way that was once considered impossible. 

Dr. Levy has a special interest in Clinical and Functional Neurology and has developed over his many years of clinical practice a unique integrative and functional medicine approach to address many chronic neurological conditions like:

  1. Parkinson’s
  2. Alzheimer’s
  3. Dementia
  4. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, Lou Gehrig’s disease)
  5. Multiple sclerosis (MS)
  6. Autism and ADHD
  7. Cerebral Palsy
What are some of the therapeutic tools used in Functional Neurology?

After the initial assessment Dr. Levy will review with you some of the treatment alternatives from specific Chiropractic Neurology techniques, to medical acupuncture, homeopathic medicines and comprehensive IFM approach. As always, Dr. Levy will search for the root cause(s) and potential triggers of your condition while addressing your current symptoms.

Are the services covered under my insurance ?
 Yes, services are covered under most extended insurance benefits.  Since Dr. Levy is board certified and licensed to practice in Ontario as a Doctor of Chiropractic, Naturopathic Doctor and a Professional Homeopath these services are usually covered under most insurance companies.

Dr. Levy is also a licensed and a registered provider for FSCO (Motor Vehicle Insurance) and WSIB (Workplace Safety & Insurance Board) if your neurological condition is caused by a work accident or an auto accident, services will be billed directly to the appropriate insurance company. 

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