Functional Neurology is a multi-disciplinary specialty that identifies brain imbalances and supports improving brain function. The health care system often ignores people with early or progressed brain degeneration, traumatic brain injuries, children with brain developmental delays, and various brain imbalances. This is because conventional medicine does not emphasize strategies to improve brain function. Functional Neurology, on the other hand, employs brain exercises and dietary and lifestyle changes in an attempt to improve brain function.
Every year for six years now, the functional neurology community has met at the International Association of Functional Neurology (IAFNR). At this year’s sixth annual IAFNR meeting speakers will discuss brain fatigue, traumatic brain injury, childhood developmental disorders, and other common conditions that impact the brain. This year I will be speak about mechanisms associated with brain fatigue.
If you are a health care provider from any specialty you are encouraged to attend the meeting in Orlando, FL, October 8-11th at the Omni Orlando Resort. There will be many other great speakers and experts to share incredible information. The meeting is a great place not only for education but also for social and professional networking.
If you have ever had interest in learning more about how to support, examine, and treat the brain from a functional perspective, don’t miss this years conference less than a month away.