in brain function have been implicated in learning and behavioural
disorders (e.g. dyslexia and ADHD), balance problems, dizziness,
headaches, migraine, tinnitus (ringing in the ears), movement
disorders, anxiety, and other health problems.
At Sexton Chiropractic, we use some of the
most advanced technology available for the assessment of brain
imbalances in patients with the abovementioned disorders.
This equipment is used to objectively monitor changes throughout
the treatment and exercise program.
Stephen Sexton is one of only a few Diplomates in Chiropractic
Neurology in Australia. He has a particular interest in the
management of balance and learning disorders, headaches, tinnitus,
and brain asymmetry (left and right-sided brain imbalances).
A healthy nervous system is essential for
physical, mental, social and emotional wellbeing. A detailed
assessment of the brain and nervous system can provide useful
information about how you can improve your health and wellbeing.
B.App.Sc (Clinical), B.Chiro.Sc.
Chiropractic Neurology Consultant
|The purpose of chiropractic
neurology is to identify areas of dysfunction within the nervous
system and to rehabilitate these areas using specific techniques
and exercises, without the use of drugs or surgery. These applications
help to enhance the ability of the nervous system to process
information effectively, and to optimise the function and survivability
of nerve cells that are challenged by disease or poor health.
Can Chiropractic Neurology help
Some of the many conditions caused by an alteration in nervous
system activity that may respond to this approach include...
- Vertigo, dizziness and balance problems
- Tinnitus (ringing in the ears)
- Dyslexia & other learning disorders
- Attention-deficit & Hyperactivity
- Tremor & other movement disorders
- Sensory disturbances
- Hearing or visual deficits
- Communication difficulties
- The effects of stroke or head trauma,
- Other nervous system disorders
For more information regarding chiropractic
neurology, contact us or visit Stephen's website at