Specific interventions addressing these neuroplastic changes in sensorimotor areas appear to be required. Repetitive unskilled movements do not result in neuroplastic changes in M1 https://doi.org/10.1016/S0166-4328(01)00199-1 http://dx.doi.org/10.1310/A422-G91U-Q4HB-86XC Other research articles support concept that skilled novel movements are the key to rehabilitation as this stimualtes the brain to learn improved specific movement control.
Vestibular, Eye movements and Spinal Function
This is where the Balance, Eyes, SensorimoTor tag comes from. I’m not doing anything exceptional or unique, I’m just the first Chiropractor to run this concept in the Bay area. The Vestibular system organises ourselves relative to gravity and our surroundings (link paper). Our vision sees our world and our eyes move to objects of interest, perform tasks such as reading,driving
We all know the importance of good posture. Recent research highlights the link between aging, poor posture and less able to perform daily living tasks and cognitive decline.
Used to improve sensorimotor integration and improve stability and balance
Measuring baseline functions such reaction times, gaze stability, short memory recall, MOCA (Montreal Cognitive Assessment) quickly assess cognitive function
Computerised Dynamic Posturography
Measure your static and dynamic balance and limits of stability.