South Florida Integrative Health Stimulates Medical Tourism Through Innovative Neurological Based Rehabilitation Strategies
The South Florida Practice Bases its Cutting-Edge Methods on the Principles of Neuroplasticity to Provide Customized Treatments for Neurological Health
Miami, Fla. — South Florida is a melting pot of cultures from around the world and a growing market for medical tourism for national and international patients who require cutting-edge treatment and care. The conditions for their journeys vary from cosmetic procedures to life-threatening illnesses. For patients traveling for health care, South Florida offers top-rated medical institutes, comfortable accommodations for before, during and after treatment and tropical weather to relax and recuperate. South Florida also offers unique procedures and access to therapies that many other markets around the country do not offer.
According to the Medical Tourism Association, there are 11 million tourists who travel annually seeking medical care and the medical tourism industry is projected to grow up to 25% each year perpetually. As the borders to quality health care diminish, patients travel to South Florida for treatment because of the accessibility to affordable, high quality medical care that may not be available in their home country.
South Florida Integrative Health (SFIH), a medical practice in Miami owned by 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 the brain. SFIH offers patients traveling for health care a groundbreaking approach to treat a variety of conditions with therapies that focus on neuroplasticity, the ability of the brain and spinal cord to change and reorganize themselves. Common conditions that are treated at SFIH are concussions, migraine headaches, chronic pain, ADHD, Cerebral Palsy, dementia and more.
“South Florida Integrative Health welcomes patients from around the world for neurological, physical and nutritional health conditions,” said Dr. Traster. “We evaluate, diagnose, and treat each of our patient’s unique conditions using brain-based solutions.”
Neuroplasticity is based on the theory that brain activity promotes brain reorganization. Neuroplasticity demonstrates that a brain can transform at any age and for a variety of different circumstances 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 to retrain the brain to be rehabilitated.
SFIH’s Intensive Program is a one to two-week course of therapy, typically consisting of two to four therapy sessions a day that are from 30 to 60 minutes each and can make a dramatic impact on one’s state of being. After completion, patients are given at-home exercises to implement in to their daily routine in order to continue progress. Over the last 15 months, patients who have participated in the five-day intensive program have seen a 69 percent improvement for various conditions including post-concussion syndrome, dizziness and chronic pain.
“Our customized treatment plans tailored to each of our patients makes us one of the world’s leading practices for neurological health,” said Dr. Brenner. “We provide innovative methods and intensive programs just steps away from the beach.”
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.