Consequences of Forward Head Posture “Text Neck” A recent study in the Journal of Exercise Rehabilitation (April 28th, 2020) showed how looking at your cell phone for only forty minutes caused damage to neck proprioception. There are three pathways into the brain that affect balance and control the postural muscle tone of your neck: […]
What Supplements Do I Need?
The Last Full Measure I am a big fan of a guy named Grant Cardone. Two of my favorite books that he has written are 10X & Sell or be Sold. We all are in sales. If you have kids, you must sell them on doing their homework. Me? I sell healthcare. I was at […]
Improve Your Memory
Save the Date – Memory Dynamics course Wednesday, June 10th from 6 to 7 pm We will be bringing Sean O’Neil back to our office at 6 pm for a one-hour intro session to his Memory Dynamics course. His multi-sensory techniques will help you to be more productive in your personal and professional life. Death […]
Eye Exercises For Concussion & Whiplash Rehab
Your Eyes Are the Window to What’s Happening in the Brain Did you know that by watching eye movement, a professional can determine which area of the brain is injured? By knowing that, they can set a series of eye exercises that will help improve the function of the brain. Watch as Dr. Burdorf explains […]
Strong Lungs Help Prevent Disease We’ve been in the middle of a Corona Virus pandemic. Unfortunately, we have heard of and seen the attacks of this virus on the respiratory system. If there is inflammation or a weakness in your lungs, your body is less resistant to disease. Inflammation and weakness means your body has […]
Seminar – Neurological Disorders
Are You Having Troubles with Balance or Posture? It could be an indication of a bigger problem. Welcome to learn more. Come learn Strategies to Prevent Alzheimer’s & Other Neurodegenerative Diseases Dr. Burdorf is hosting a Lunch and Learn at The Village at Gainey Ranch on Tuesday, February 25 from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. R.S.V.P. […]
More Flavonol, Less Alzheimer’s
Flavonols Can Affect the Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease Higher flavonol intake was linked to lower risk of Alzheimer’s dementia in a prospective cohort study of older adults. After adjusting for genetic, demographic, and lifestyle factors, people who consumed the highest dietary intake of flavonols were 48% less like to develop Alzheimer’s dementia than people with […]
Why is my Balance and Posture Bad?
Why is my Balance and Posture Bad? It is medically accepted that our ability to maintain an upright stance is achieved by feedback mechanisms that generate an appropriate corrective torque based on body-sway motion detected primarily by visual, vestibular, and proprioceptive sensory systems. Because orientation information from the various senses is not always available (eyes […]
Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s Disease & Other Brain Disorders
What Can Be Done for Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and other Brain Disorders Alzheimer’s Disease is now the 6th leading cause of death in the United States. Recently Dr. Burdorf, a Scottsdale Chiropractic Neurologist, was a guest speaker as part of a Community Outreach event at TraVek Remodeling. No one wants to end up with a brain […]
Are You Dizzy or Unbalanced?
What To Do if You are Dizzy or Have Balance Disorders Are you dizzy? You’re not alone. A patient I commonly see is someone with a balance disorder. These patients may have vertigo, spinning sensations where the world spins around them or they spin around the world. Others can’t discern a spinning sensation but relate […]
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