Find Surprisingly Exceptional Care and Cure at The Concussion Place

  • Date: May 03, 2019
  • Category: Health
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The Concussion Place, Founded by Dr. Brad Gulla, D.C., D.I.C.N.B., provides the highest level of professional care and treatment for patients who have suffered a concussion. Patients love Dr. Gulla for his very thorough diagnosis and personal attention to detail, making them feel comfortable they have made the perfect choice in coming to see him.

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Colorado Springs, CO, May 03, 2019 /prREACH/ -- The Concussion Place, founded by Dr. Brad Gulla, D.C., D.I.C.N.B., provides the highest level of professional care and treatment for patients who have suffered a concussion, Traumatic Brain Injury or other type of accident where they have been severely jarred or slammed into a hard surface. Whether it’s from a very recent fall, car accident or other injury, people often have lingering dysfunction and as a Chiropractor and a Chiropractic Neurologist, Dr. Gulla and the other doctors at The Concussion Place test for brain function as well as nerve and muscle function. It’s not uncommon for Dr. Gulla to uncover what many other doctors may have missed simply because he is specially trained as a functional neurologist.

The  commitment at The Concussion Place is to increase the capacity of human expression for all patients without robbing them of some other aspect in the process. The specialists at The Concussion Place meticulously monitor the brain and body for signs, which direct the treatment of their patients and make small course changes like an attentive pilot. As Chiropractors and Certified Chiropractic Neurologists, the doctors at The Concussion Place have been delivering quality care to the Colorado Springs community since 1996. Dr. Gulla is Board Certified in Chiropractic Neurology, the only doctor in Colorado Springs with this designation.

Chiropractic or Functional Neurology combines the best of neurological science and chiropractic. It is well accepted that chiropractic adjustments of the spine affect the function of the nervous system. Research continues to explain the complexity of the nervous system and the effects of manipulation and other non-drug related therapies. Throughout life the brain is constantly changing as a consequence of our experiences, physical activity, and environment. Most people develop one part of the brain more so than another. When the processing of neurological signals decreases to a critical level, brain asymmetry develops, decreasing human potential that leads to dysfunction and disease.

Chiropractic neurologists are specialists in evaluating the function of the brain and nervous system. Once the deficit has been diagnosed, a treatment protocol is implemented to increase the potential of the brain and correct brain asymmetry. It is the treatment that separates chiropractic neurology from medical neurology. While medical neurologists utilize synthetic drugs to affect the system, the chiropractic neurologist may utilize treatment involving physical modalities that are non-invasive and non-surgical. Chiropractic adjustments of the spine and skeleton, cognitive exercises, visual and auditory stimulation, spinning and balance exercises, eye tracking exercises, and eye light therapy are just a few of the therapies utilized by the chiropractic neurologist to make changes to the nervous system.

Even people that have never been to a chiropractor before are so glad they have been treated by Dr. Gulla, once they realize the significant benefits of chiropractic treatment by a specialist like Dr. Gulla.

Here’s a testimonial from one such patient:

After a recent near miss auto/pedestrian accident, I visited The Concussion Place and Dr. Brad Gulla, D.C. on a referral from a co-worker of mine at Boeing.  I had experienced what basically amounted to a “whiplash” injury after walking (and nearly getting run over) in the Garden of the Gods the Sunday prior to Thanksgiving.  What I thought I could resolve with heating pads and lots of Tylenol and Ibuprofen turned out to be something that I needed intervention from a chiropractor.  After visiting with Dr. Gulla and getting treatment, I found myself pain free and without limitation of movement in my neck and shoulders like I had before I experienced the “near miss” incident. Although, I have to admit, I’ll think twice before walking on the paved roads, even with the dedicated bike/pedestrian lanes, in the Garden of the Gods!  

I have always been a skeptic when it comes to chiropractic care.  I’ve heard stories from others who swear by the treatments they receive, sometimes on a fairly regular basis, but I never put much stock or belief in their testimonials.  Well, now I’m a believer! 

Thanks so much to Dr. Brad Gulla and his staff for the professionalism and care that I received!  I can ride my bike again, and I have restarted my long walk exercise routines.

Again, thanks to everyone there at The Concussion Place! 

Doug Spunaugle

Dr. Brad Gulla, D.C. has been in practice in Colorado Springs since 1996. In addition to his Doctorate in Chiropractic, Dr. Gulla has extensive post-doctoral training in clinical neurology. He practices functional neurology as a non-drug, non-surgical means of treating patients with neurologic illness or injury.

Dr. Jesse Hironymous, D.C. began practice in Houston, Texas in 1999, moving to Colorado Springs in 2013. In addition to practicing chiropractic, he specializes in electroneurodiagnostics and exercise rehabilitation. He focuses on the practical aspect of human mobility, providing instruction on improving functional movement and strength of his patients.

For more information contact The Concussion Place at 719-380-8055 or visit the website at www.theconcussionplace.com

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The Concussion Place

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Keith Robinson

5740 N. Circle Dr. STE 120-53

Colorado Springs, CO

80917

713-416-3529

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https://theconcussionplace.com/

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The Concussion Place specializes in the treatment of head injuries that may be related to concussion.