Riverton, UT, March 24, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Rates of chronic neurological and metabolic disorders (including ADD, ADHD, Asperger’s syndrome, Chronic fatigue, Fibromyalgia, MS, Irritable Bowel, Diabetes, Peripheral Neuropathy, Crohns, Sciatica and the like) have dramatically increased in the United States over the last 10 years. Scientists have made huge advancements in the diagnosis and understanding of the disorders, but little has changed in the way they and related disorders are treated, until now.
Over the last 15 years research in the field of chiropractic neurology has lead to the discovery of a disorder/dysfunction in the brains of people diagnosed with this spectrum of disorders. This disorder/dysfunction occurs when the hemispheres of the brain are not in communication with each other, leading to many of the symptoms seen in these disorders.
Further research indicates that these disorders are treatable. Treatment is aimed at balancing the differences in electrical impulses from the right and left hemispheres of the brain, reestablishing balance in nutritional deficiencies, and providing fuel for the brain and support to the immune system. Dr. Schlobohm uses drug-free methods including exercise with oxygen, nutrition, and various other modalities to stimulate certain nerve pathways and effectively treat these conditions. In addition he uses specific metabolic labs like functional blood chemistry to see what is going on inside the body and neurological exams to diagnose and determine a cause of your symptoms. He says, “Once we know what we are dealing with it we can functionally treat these conditions. This is where the brain based therapy and metabolic treatments really make a difference.”
Dr. Erik Schlobohm has brought these drug-free treatments to Riverton, UT. “I’m very excited. We have seen dramatic changes in the people we have been able to help,” says Dr. Schlobohm. “The answer is out there for these conditions, but it is not found with medication.”
Dr. Erik Schlobohm is a board certified chiropractic physician. He has been in practice for the last 5 years in Riverton, UT.