I love Dr. Azzolino. I originally went on the recommendation of my boss (who was a patient) after a car accident left me with torn ligaments in my neck and upper back. They booked me in immediately, and let me tell you, I’d NEVER felt so well taken care of by a doctor before! For two hours, Sergio and his staff tested everything from my peripheral vision to sensitivity to reflexes, took x-rays and in general treated me with great care, respect and concern. It took a while to recover, but I looked forward to every visit, knowing I’d feel much better afterwards.

I’ve been back many times over the years for a wrenched back and a misalignment due to a broken leg, and always feel as well cared for as I did on that first visit. Thankfully, It’s been nearly two years since I’ve needed to go (thanks in part to the stretching exercises he taught me), but I always know if I’m bent over like a question mark and in extreme pain, or just feel the need for an adjustment, they’ll be there for me.

I highly recommend Dr. Azzolino’s office. Dr. Azzolino definitely pours his heart and soul into his work, and is incredibly knowledgeable. I went to see him due to symptoms we suffered from chemical exposure, and we went to him after looking for answers for many months. When other doctors were not able to help us, he was reassuring and provided immediate treatment as well as exercises we could do at home, and this was the turning point for us in our recovery. I only wish we had gone to him sooner and that we lived closer to his office, as a 2+ hour drive is difficult to do regularly, especially with kids. But, he and his office staff have been awesome to work with – even remotely, quickly responding to emails and phone calls.

Dr. Azzolino and his other staff are very warm and caring and down-to-earth, at the same time Dr. Azzolino is efficiently and accurately doing sophisticated analyses and treatments with cutting edge techniques to do work that almost seem miraculous!

Hand Eye Coordination & Reaction Time Testing

The Sanet Vision Integrator (SVI), C3 Logix and a various other diagnostic and treatment devices help us objectively evaluate peripheral and central visual integration, eye-hand coordination and several cognitive processes that are involved in visual-motor activities. While maintaining his or her balance a patients is asked to perform a series of interactive tests on a large touch screen. The SVI measures the patient’s reaction times to the various visual and auditory stimuli and the accuracy of eye coordination in different fields of vision. The device also tells us how well the patient remembered a sequence of numbers, letters and words and how well he or she was able to maintain balance during these activities.

Taking all the data into account, we’re then able to program a patient’s xxxx system with a mode of rehabilitation designed to challenge his or her weaknesses. These objective, numerical reports created by these devices allow us to easily graph the patient’s progress.

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