Cindy Kennedy, FNP, is joined by Dr. Michael Lovich for an exciting and challenging discussion on the basis of functional neurology. Thanks to his background in sports medicine, Dr. Lovich learned that the care of the brain and rehabilitation after insult or injury was often overlooked. This lead to an integration of healing both with chiropractic care and in-depth neurological care with functional neurology. He specializes in integrating the physical aspects of sports medicine and chiropractic care with the neurological and physiological systems.
Dr. Lovich is a Board Certified Chiropractic Functional Neurologist and Board Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician. He holds a MS in sports medicine and has completed additional post-doctoral specialty training in blood chemistry, brain chemistry, neuro-immune, and neuro-endocrine functional medicine, complemented by additional post-doctoral specialty training in functional movement-based rehabilitation using therapeutic corrective exercises. Additionally, he has served as a medical director, team doctor, and on medical staff for various organizations and events in professional, amateur, collegiate and high school athletics.
He specializes in integrating the physical aspects of sports medicine and chiropractic care with the neurological and physiological systems that are often overlooked. He is the owner of Delta S Performance, Functional Neurology and Sports Medicine, which has clinics in Denver and the Boston metro area, providing high-level neurological rehabilitation for all members of the community.
For more information about his practice see: https://www.deltasperformance.com
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What is Functional Neurology?
How did you come into this type of care?
Where does this fit into healthcare?
What is the testing for functional neurology?
What type of issues does functional neurology address?
Explain the healing approach.
What are the long-term benefits?
Who can benefit from your approach?
Do you educate the sports community on head injury prevention?
What are the at home exercises that go along with the approach?