REPETITIVE TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION (RTMS)
rTMS utilizes electromagnetic waves to directly stimulate neuron pools within the brain.
ELECTRICAL STIMULATION (E-STIM)
E-stim therapy involves using mild electrical impulses to directly affect specific nerves, muscles, parts of the brain stem, and cortical regions of the brain. We use SSEP and ReBuilder here at Revive.
FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT THERAPY
Therapeutic exercise with vibration shows concrete results in increasing strength and self-awareness while decreasing spasticity by stimulating sensory organs (muscles, ligaments, and tendons) to activate the cortex.
HYPERBARIC OXYGEN THERAPY (HBOT)
HBOT is the medical use of oxygen in a pressurized environment.
COLD LASER THERAPY (LLLT)
Cold Laser Therapy has been clinically shown to increase mitochondria production in cells, helping to increase healthy cellular activity and decrease inflammation.
SENSORY MOTOR INTEGRATION (SMI)
Sensory Motor Integration (SMI) therapy can help increase reaction time, motor skills, memory, cognition, and processing speeds.
NEUROMUSCULAR REEDUCATION (EYE THERAPY)
Eye movement therapy activates multiple regions throughout the brain, driving brain activation and growth.
Our multi-axis rotational device utilizes the otolithic and vestibular systems to stimulate and strengthen projections throughout the brain.
IV INFUSION THERAPY
Our IV infusion suite provides metabolic support for optimal healing, including NAD+, FastVitamin, and more.
Significant reduction of post-concussion symptoms in only 10 days. Our patients see an average of 75% improvement in symptoms including: mental fog, fatigue, dizziness, poor balance, light/sound sensitivity, and depression.
TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY (TBI)
Traumatic Brain Injuries are injuries that cause damage to brain tissue. The severity ranges from a concussion (mild) to brain bleeds and axonal injuries (severe). These injuries often result in cognitive, physical, neurological, and metabolic symptoms.
A stroke occurs when blood flow to an area of the brain is cut off. When this happens, brain cells are deprived of oxygen and begin to die. When brain cells die during a stroke, abilities controlled by that area of the brain such as memory and muscle control are lost.