Integrative Neurosensory Rehabilitation (INR) is an innovative approach to managing neurological such as tinnitus, vertigo, and migraines. This approach has been validated in several medical journals is the scientific basis for the NeuroMed Solution.
Integrative • The primary approach of INR is the integration of multiple therapeutic modalities to provide a comprehensive treatment plan. This is also referred to as an "integrative medicine" approach. It incorporates three branches of medicine; traditional, alternative, and lifestyle medicine.
Neurosensory • The program relies heavily on applied neuroscience to achieve its goals. Conditions like tinnitus, vertigo, and migraines are all neurosensory disorders. Aberrant neural networks are responsible for creating symptoms. To fix this, interventions must generate neuroplastic healing, which involves rewiring the brain. Tinnitus treatment that do not achieve neuroplastic healing will not provide lasting relief.
Rehabilitation • It's key to understand that in order to rewire the brain it takes time and sustained effort. The protocol involves taking you through a true rehabilitation process.
INR is also a patient-centered approach that emphasizes the your unique needs and circumstances, acknowledging that there is no 'one-size-fits-all' solution.
A notable strength of INR is its holistic perspective. This approach considers not just your tinnitus symptoms but also the physical, psychological, and emotional factors that may be contributing to your condition.
To do this, traditional medicine alone cannot help. Instead, an integrative approach that includes interventions like cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and exercise therapy is needed to improve your tinnitus, overall health, and quality of life.
To achieve this, we incorporate wellness coaching techniques to help ensure that you are set up for long-term success as you embark on a holistic approach to treating your condition.
INR also significantly emphasizes the use of cutting-edge medical technology. This involves the use of pharmaceutical and nutraceutical compounds to optimize the neurotransmitter balance in your brain. This creates a neural environment where accelerated brain rewiring can occur, leading to lasting tinnitus relief over a short period of time.
An essential aspect of INR is the personalized treatment plan. Each individual's treatment plan is specifically tailored to their unique needs and circumstances, considering their symptoms, overall health, lifestyle, and personal goals.
We work with you to find the right treatment plan to help you manage your condition. No two treatment plans are alike because they reflect each patient’s current health state and future health goals.
INR is not a one-time intervention but rather a structured rehabilitation process. Regular follow-ups and adjustments to the treatment plan are fundamental to this approach, as it ensures the treatment remains effective and responsive to your changing needs. This can help to prevent relapses, manage long-term symptoms, and improve overall health outcomes.
Using the INR approach, around 85% of people achieve substantial tinnitus relief within the first 8 weeks. Following this, we see you on a monthly basis to maximize your results and ensure that you have enduring relief.
Integrative Neurosensory Rehabilitation (INR) represents a shift from traditional, symptom-focused approaches to towards a more holistic, patient-centered model of care.
INR offers a comprehensive approach by combining the best of conventional medicine with the latest technology and complementary therapies. It will dramatically improve the your tinnitus, as well as your overall health and quality of life.
At NeuroMed, we don't just treat tinnitus symptoms; we provide a comprehensive solution that empowers you to reclaim your well-being and lead a fulfilling life.
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Irvine, CA 92612
We serve patients in the following states: AR, CA, FL, GA, IN, KS, ME, MT, ND, OH, and WI.