Our staff, including a DAN! Clinician, Neurodevelopmental Optometrist, and Neuropsychologist, serve patients with disorders including, but not limited to:
Dizziness, Vertigo, Chronic Headaches, Migraines, Dyslexia, Sensory Integration Disorders, Post-Concussion and Head Injury, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Pain Disorders, ADD/ADHD and Autistic Spectrum Disorders.
"I have suffered with migraines for at least eight years, and it was to the point of them controlling my life. I came upon information about the NeuroSensory Center, and made an appointment. It has been one of the best experiences within the medical field that I have had. For the first time, I felt that someone was actually listening to me. A combination of (psycho)therapy, dietary changes, biofeedback, and positive support seems to have significantly decreased my migraines. I feel healthier today than I have felt in years."
Chronic Migraine Patient - February 2011
"The supplements are working fantastic and at times I can't even tell there is anything wrong with him... We are also looking forward to the appointment. You guys will be shocked to see how much improvement he has made... I would hate to think where we would be now and how much precious time we would have lost if not for all of you. So, thank you."
Mother of Autistic Patient - November 2010
"I wanted to let you know... that I am seeing improvements in all the children on my caseload that have started their treatment program after being evaluated at your center. In general, the children are much more regulated, they can tolerate more sensory input (visual, auditory, vestibular) without becoming overwhelmed or stressed. In addition, the children are more playful and more interested in engaginge with others (parents, peers, siblings) and initiating more purposeful activities without prompting. I am seeing increases in eye contact, language, both expressive and receptive, and communicative intent across the board.
My therapy sessions are now so much more effective for these children and I can get them to engage in play-based sensory-motor activities for longer periods of time in order to facilitate motor learning and improved integration of multiple sensory inputs. All of the parents are also able to see improvements in their children, and they report that, in general, there is less stress occurring in their child's daily routines of dressing, bathing, mealtimes, and transitions such as getting ready for school, bed, etc."
Physical Therapist Working with Some of Our Autistic Patients - December 2010
"My child was able to go into Wegmans for the first time without a tantrum and while in Wegmans looked at the trains (another first) and then proceeded to go to his sister's school and walk around, and then went to Office Max (a 'new' store which is usually a very stressful experience for him) and was calm throughout."
Mother of Autistic Patient - September 2010
"He was sitting and engaging in eye-hand coordination/fine motor activities for 10 minutes or more (a first), having conversations and staying on topic, asking appropriate questions, tolerating ball play activities, especially with balls coming toward him (improved convergence), varying his play strategies and not becoming stuck on one activity, improved frustration tolerance when things don't go his way, improved safety awareness when moving through space, sitting and watching a movie without becoming overstimulated and then being able to talk about what he watched."
Therapist of PDD Patient - August 2010