I’ve been seeing Dr Azzolino for jaw joint related pain (TMJ), a complication developed after a lengthy dental procedure. After 10 days of migraines I was directed to his office by a prosthodontist (bite specialist). Within 1 week all symptoms were gone, no meds were needed đŸ™‚

I have to write a review for anyone that might need a pediatric or adult neurologist down the line because I am so incredibly impressed by our visit with Dr. Azzolino in SF, at Azzolino Chiropractic neurology and Integrative Wellness. My son has developmental delays and some muscle weaknesses that have been attributed to neurological abnormalities. We had been to a traditional neurologist at Stanford, only to be told the only option was an MRI.

Seeing this office online, I thought I’d give them a try before doing the MRI next summer. I am soo incredibly impressed at how pro-active Dr. Azzolino is. He gets the whole picture, not just the symptoms. And provided things I can do already to improve my son’s condition, from ipad apps, to spinning, to specific exercises, to testing all from a more functional medicine standpoint.

Mind you we are already doing physical therapy and speech therapy, but I was so impressed with the comprehensiveness of this neurologist compared to the traditional western medicine one. After leaving Stanford, I just kept thinking, there has to be something more I can do to improve my son’s condition, from nutrition to exercises, etc. And boy was I right. Visiting Dr. Azzolino was exactly what I was looking for. A doctor that would look at his symptoms from a medical, nutritional, and functional standpoint.

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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