All physician-level practitioners are trained to evaluate the brain and nervous system through a physical examination of the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system.We follow the same medical guidelines to make sure nothing was missed or has since progressed following your previous examination.We take it a step further by performing a functional neurological evaluation that not only checks for pathology, but evaluates for subtle dysfunctional processes called “pathophysiology” that may even be considered “within normal limits.”This pathophysiology can be correlated as the generator of symptoms or dysfunction.
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Updated on May 31, 2021