Traumatic brain injuries and concussions often cause a problem called “NeuroVascular Coupling dysfunction.” This means that the brain (neuro) isn’t supplied with enough blood flow (vascular) to function correctly. Stated another way, NeuroVascular Coupling (NVC) is the connection between neurons and their energy source. 

This connection controls blood flow to the brain and gives the neurons the energy to send and receive messages. Without these nutrients and oxygen regulated by NVC, the brain would not work properly – which can result in many of the typical concussion symptoms.

“When the brain is injured and it is unable to regulate blood flow, it can cause fatigue and exhaustion – along with headaches, slow thinking, brain fog, and many other symptoms.” In this condition, some parts of the brain have to work harder to function like they used to because they don’t have enough energy. When NeuroVascular Coupling is damaged, it’s harder for neurons to get the energy and nutrients they need, and that means many areas of the brain don’t work efficiently. 

When Brittny was treated at Cognitive FX, they discovered that many areas of her brain were working too hard, and other areas weren’t working hard enough. Before treatment, her brain wasn’t balanced. This is important because since some parts of her brain weren’t doing their job, other brain regions had to kick in to compensate. 

Cognitive FX designed a treatment protocol to restore Brittny’s NeuroVascular Coupling and therefore her neurological function. It was called their “EPIC Treatment program.” This was the most effective treatment Brittny received to help her recover from post concussion syndrome – I strongly suggest anyone suffering from a concussion or brain injury to schedule a consultation with Cognitive FX as soon as possible.

Because you don’t need to keep suffering like you are now.