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Rehabilitation For
Traumatic Brain Injuries

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Sensory based Rehabilitation For
Children With Development Disorders

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Spinal Injuries

SD CHIROPRACTIC NEUROLOGY

Brain and Neuro Rehab Center

BECOMING A PATIENT

Consultation: The first visit with our doctors includes a complimentary consultation…

HOW WE WORK

Using state-of-the-art technology and a thorough understanding of how the brain connects…

WHO WE WORK WITH

We work with many different types of patients ranging from people who are suffering with…

How Can Our Clinic Help You?

Get a Complimentary 15-Minute Consultation with a Doctor

BRAIN INJURIES & CONDITIONS

Our brains are the most important organ in our bodies. It gives us personality, language, emotion, intellect, coordination, movement, and the ability to eat, breathe, reproduce, and do all of the vital activities….

NEUROBEHAVIORAL DISORDERS

Neurodevelopmental disorders are a group of disorders that impact an individual’s ability to learn, process, feel emotions, practice self control, etc. Some of the conditions that fall under this category are….

SPINAL INJURIES

Spinal injuries are debilitating problems that are one of the most common yet poorly understood problems on the planet. The spine is an extremely sturdy, yet wildly delicate and complex organ. It allows us….

What Our Patients Have To Say

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