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The Reality Check –Chiropractic and your Brain with Dr Heidi Haavik

The Reality Check –Chiropractic and your Brain with Dr Heidi Haavik

May 12, 2019

In this episode we talk with Dr Heidi Haavik about what her research indicates Chiropractic has as an effect on the brain.

Dr Heidi Haavik is a chiropractor and a neurophysiologist who has worked in the area of human neuropsychology for over 15 years. Heidi has a PhD in human neurophysiology from the University of Auckland. She was named Chiropractor of the year in 2007 by both the New Zealand Chiropractic Association and the New Zealand College of Chiropractic Alumni Association. Heidi2_May_2017_large.png?v=1531709567

As a researcher, she has investigated the effects of chiropractic adjustments of dysfunctional spinal segments (vertebral subluxations) on somatosensory processing, sensorimotor integration and motor cortical output.

Find out more about Dr Heidi Haavik at

https://therealitycheck.com and her book at https://www.heidihaavik.com

Heidi's research points in the same direction as countless cases that we as Chiropractors know from our clinics. Her research gives a plausible explanation for al the countless benefits those that receive Chiropractic care. Chiropractic changes how the brain works to the better.

Through the support of EEG measurements via NeuroInfiniti many Chiropractic clinics such as ours shows that chiropractic has a beneficial effect on brain function and supports shifting from stress physiology to healing physiology and brain balance.

Learn more about the effect of chiropractic on the brain in the article below with the associated animation from the Reality Check by Heidi Haavik. 

https://welledge.nu/kiropraktik-hjarnan/

 

Brain Balance HjärnBalans

Brain Balance HjärnBalans

July 17, 2017

Lyssna och lär dig om Funktionell Hjärn(O)Balans som en modell för att förstå hur vi fungerar på alla plan från hälsa till relationer med Dr Robert Melillo.

Dr Melillo is one of the most respected specialists in childhood neurological disorders in America, Dr. Robert Melillo has been helping children overcome learning disabilities for over 20 years. His areas of expertise include: autism spectrum disorders, PDD/NOS, ADD/ADHD, OCD, dyslexia, Asperger’s, Tourette’s, bipolar disorder, and other mental, attention, behavioral and learning disorders. He is also and expert in diet, nutrition and neuroimmune disorders in children and adults.

 

Här är några av de klinker som arbetar utifrån konceptet kring funktionell neurologi för att bidra till funktionell HjärnBalans:
Welledge
Nacka Värmdö Kiropraktik
Liljeholmens Kiropraktorklinik
David Ermeskog
Mia Jernman

Introduction to Bio Geometric Integration and Dr Amy Burke

Introduction to Bio Geometric Integration and Dr Amy Burke

July 16, 2017

This is the first interview with Dr Amy Burke as an introduction to Chiropractic from a BGI perspecitve and the upcoming seminars for Chiropractos in Stockholm at Welledge with Amy.

If you are interested in learning more visit  BGI EU 1 and BGI EU 2 for the dates and locations of upcoming 2017 seminars in Europe.   

Amy Burke, D.C. is a seasoned health professional. She is a chiropractor with over 18 years experience in clinical practice and has taught Bio Geometric Integration to chiropractors and students in the United States and Europe since 2000. An honors graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, she graduated with Doctor of Chiropractic from Life Chiropractic College West. Before becoming a chiropractor she worked as a massage therapist for ten years. Her practice has shifted from working predominantly with pregnant women and infants to include a large base of seniors. Her clients have benefited greatly from the gentle care she provides based on the principles of Bio Geometric Integration. She currently resides, practices and organizes and facilitates healing retreats on the island of Pantelleria, Italy

 

** Note to listeners, in his introduction, Martin Fransson describes Amy Burke as a Master of BGI. After studying and practicing BGI for over 15 years, Amy is a master, however she has not done the BGI Master's Course. The use of the language is meant in no way to misrepresent Amy's accomplishments nor minimize the importance of the work that those who have completed the BGI Master's program.