|Name||Dr. Greg Olsen|
|Clinic/Practice Name||Olsen Chiropractic, APC|
My name is Dr. Greg Olsen. I have been in practice for 23 years and currently practice in Lake Forest, CA, which is central to Mission Viejo, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, and Irvine. We have one of the only clinics in the area to provide Brain Based Neurological Treatment (BBT) . Brain Based neurological Treatment involves the used of specific physical treatments, exercises, diet and nutrition to balance and restore brain function. With this specialized treatment, we specialize in difficult to treat and chronic cases such as fibromyalgia, dizziness, vertigo, migraine headaches, low back pain, neck pain, sciatica, leg pain spinal stenosis, shoulder and arm pain, peripheral neuropathy, numbness, restless leg, RSDS, dystonia, carpal tunnel syndrome and posture correction. This is also effective with helping autoimmune disorders, diabetes, heart disease and thyroid disorders with the effective integration of neurological and metabolic treatment. With all the tools we have at our disposal we are able to help people with many chronic conditions!
|Primary Office Address||22691 Lambert St.
Lake Forest, CA 92630
|Primary Office Phone Number||(949)859-5192|
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|Sub-Specialties, If Applicable||Professional Kinesiology, Bio-Feedback, Neuro-Feedback, Low Level Laser Therapy, PEMF Therapy|
How do you fix the brain?
A thorough BBT neurological examination will reveal which aspect of your brain is not firing properly. Since once side of the body is controlled by the opposite side of the brain (example: right brain controls the left side of the body), most treatments are given on one side of the body to stimulate the opposite hemisphere of the brain.
A safe, gentle, hands-on, dynamic integration process is used to re-boot, reconnect and restore proper brain function. Traditional chiropractic instruments and/or adjustments are also used, but they are used in a very precise manner…to stimulate function in the effected part of the brain.
In addition, visual, auditory, and olfactory stimulation, heat, eye movements, eye exercises, and other modalities may be used to increase brain firing.