Dr. David Rosenthal, IAFNR President, on Eyecarrot Participating in the 10th Annual IAFNR Conference
We’re very excited to be participating in this year’s IAFNR Annual Conference, held October 16-20 2019 at the Green Valley Ranch in Henderson, Nevada. We’re looking forward to meeting with and working with members as they participate in a number of great educational seminars around TBIs and concussion diagnosis and treatment, neurology and eye movements, and general functional neurology.
Dr. David Rosenthal, President of IAFNR, had the following to say about the event:
We are excited to have Eyecarrot join us for our 10th Annual Conference, October 16-20th, in Las Vegas. We consider Eyecarrot a key company and future partner in helping us develop the collaboration of multiple disciplines and practitioners in the rapidly expanding area of functional neurosciences and rehabilitation.
This exciting field is a dynamic and revolutionary applied clinical neurosciences approach that utilizes emerging technology and innovative thought to maximize your neurologic potential and improve your quality of life.
The functional neuroscience principles of neuro-plasticity improves the brain and nervous system for the purpose of correcting neurologic problems, preventing neurologic degeneration and optimizing neurologic performance to improve quality of life.
Functional neurology practitioners focus on the central nervous system and peripheral nervous system in multiple disorders and diseases – including balance & coordination, pain, muscle fatigue and weakness, sleep disorders, traumatic brain injuries, concussions, cognition, BS sports performance.
Treatment Plans can Include:
- Balance and coordination therapy
- Chiropractic – focus on optimizing the neurological connections
- Complex movement exercises
- Vestibular rehabilitation
- Developmental disorder rehabilitation
- Optokinetic/eye movement exercises
Functional neurology practitioners focus on both the central and peripheral nervous system in multiple disorders and diseases, including:
- Balance & coordination
- Muscle fatigue and weakness
- Sleep disorders
- Childhood neurodevelopment conditions
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Concussions, cognition
- Sports performance
- Vision rehabilitation
Neurological rehabilitation specifically addresses the affected pathways and areas of the central nervous system that are either under-activated or over-activated.
We can’t wait to meet with IAFNR members at the conference!