South Florida Integrative Health Brings Groundbreaking Approach to Treat Migraine Headaches
Practice Uses Revolutionary Methods to Offer Individualized Treatment for Neurological Health
Miami, Fla. — Studies show that migraine headaches are a widespread neurological disease that effect 39 million men, women and children in the U.S. and one billion people worldwide making up 12% of the earth’s population. South Florida Integrative Health (SFIH), a groundbreaking medical practice located in Miami, offers a groundbreaking approach to treat migraine headaches with neuroplasticity, the ability of the brain and spinal cord to change and reorganize themselves.
The Migraine Research Foundation defines a migraine as an extremely incapacitating collection of neurological symptoms that includes a severe throbbing recurring pain in the head. These attacks often last between four and 72 hours and are most commonly accompanied by one or more disabling symptoms such as visual disturbances, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, extreme sensitivity to sound, light, touch and smell, or numbness in the face.
Migraines are not just a bad headache, they are a severe trauma to the brain. South Florida Integrative Health, owned by doctors Dr. David Traster, DC, MS, DACNB, FABBIR, CCSP, PAK, PES, CES; and Dr. Kelsey Brenner, DC, DACNB, FABBIR, specializes in individualized treatment and the rehabilitation of damages to the nervous system and the musculoskeletal structure. To optimize the neurological brain functions and reduce migraines, SFIH combines the application of vestibular rehabilitation, gait rehabilitation, balance training, eye-movement exercises, visual therapy, auditory therapy, coordination training, neurofeedback, physical rehabilitation strategies and various physiotherapy modalities.
“Most people do not understand how serious and incapacitating a migraine can be. Migraines are one of the most prevalent diseases in the world,” said Dr. Traster. “Neuroplasticity retrains the brain so that it is doing its job the right way. It is not just a temporary fix, it is the opportunity for the brain to be rehabilitated.”
Neuroplasticity is based on the principal that brain activity promotes brain reorganization. Neuroplasticity proves that brain transformation can take place on a large scale at any age and for a variety of different conditions including brain optimization and development, trauma and injury, neurodevelopment and neurodegeneration. Neurological-based restoration strategies aim to manipulate the molecules, cells, and connections of networks of specific areas of the nervous system.
“We take the time to evaluate, diagnosis, and treat each of our patient’s migraine headaches using brain-based solutions,” said Dr. Brenner. “Our individualized treatments make us one of South Florida’s leading practices for neurological health. We aim to bring awareness to the incapacitating effects of migraines and the solutions this Migraine Awareness Month.”
To schedule an appointment or a consultation call, 786-800-2888. For more information on the practice and to read testimonials from patients you can visit www.SouthFloridaIntegrative.com.
About South Florida Integrative Health:
South Florida Integrative Health offers individualized treatments for mental, neurological, physical and nutritional health. Using state-of-the-art equipment, founders Dr. David Traster and Dr. Kelsey Brenner uncover the source of the problem and personalize treatments specific to the patient’s needs. South Florida Integrative Health specializes in brain injury, neurodevelopmental disorders, neurodegenerative disorders, neuropsychiatric disorders, performance optimization, metabolic disorders and Lyme disease. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 786-800-2888 or visit southfloridaintegrative.com. South Florida Integrated Health is located at 1330 SW 22nd St., Suite 306, Miami, FL 33145.