Neurobehavioral disorders are composed of a large group of behavioural impairments often seen in children with developmental delays, neurobehavioral disorders may manifest as Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Attentional Disorders or motor and sensory processing disorders.
The Azzolino Clinics Neurodevelopmental Program works with the functional and physiological state of ones nervous systems, so regardless of the diagnosis, our evaluation strives to identify possible causes and functional deficits that have lead to the disorder. Our detailed neurological assessment involves an intimate understanding of development, beginning in utero, and assesses the primitive and postural reflexes through maturation, sensory and motor processing, visual motor function, balance and coordination, reading and cognitive function.
Our program is unique in that our focus is to not only identify possible causes ones dysfunction and eliminate toxic, inflammatory or infectious contribution, but to maximize the integrity of their digestive, neurological and emotional state.
We utilize numerous brain based rehabilitative modalities such as the Gyrostim, Virtual Reality, DynaVision D2, and Sanet Vision Integrator, among others, to assist in harnessing the wonders of plasticity to address the various areas of the brain contributing to ones unique neurological profile.
Patients will often times need to visit multiple different clinics to obtain what we can provide under one roof while making sure our diagnostics and therapies work synergistically to help your child achieve their fullest potential.
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