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About The Founder:
Van Harding

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Welcome to Tahoe Neuro Healing a clinic in Truckee California that offers a unique combination of therapies that Go Beyond Conventional Care for brain health and restoration of function. These natural and non-invasive therapies promote brain cell growth and neuron connections – this is known as neuroplasticity – also they increase brain function by synchronizing neuron timing and support brain health.

Fall Prevention protects clients and they can push them self without fear of injury.
Reach Your Potential

Several of these therapies are not covered by insurance and as a result most doctors are not aware of them and so they do not make referrals.

The clinic is a culmination of these therapies and healing processes that were instrumental with the founder’s recovery from stroke deficits, accompanying depression and hopelessness.

Who Can Benefit?
Our services are tailored to diverse groups of people such as:

– Patients with a range of brain injuries or diseases
– Athletes and students looking to gain the competitive edge
– Public Performers needing to enhance their talents
– Children and Adults with developmental challenges
– Any person struggling with emotions, psychological or mental issues
– Those wanting freedom from medications or addiction
– Others seeking wellness to retain their independence.

Bioscience combined with non-conventional therapies.
Holistic & Integrated Medicine


Our Services
combine the therapies that are outside the mainstream along those within conventional care and are packed together into unique groups of treatments for each individual. In addition we access the most advance laboratory tests and imaging studies typically not utilized by insurance companies to provide our patients the best possible managed care.

What Is Treated:

Neuro-Degeneration, Autoimmune & Seizures
Parkinson’s   Alzheimer’s   Dementia
Multiple Sclerosis   ALS    Leukodystrophies    White Matter Disease

Emotional, Psychological & Mental Disorders
Anxiety   Depression   ADHD   Autism   PTSD   Bi-Polar   OCD   Eating Disorders
Mood Swings   Anger-Rage    PBA    Addiction   Stress   Performance Anxiety

Pain Relief & Managed Care
Migraine     Phantom – Residual Limb    Complex Regional – RSDS   Restless-Leg
Osteo-arthritis     Neck-Back     Headaches    Fibromyalgia
Post Surgical   PMS    Reproductive    Uro-genital

Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury & Post-Concussion Syndrome
Paralysis   Dysphagia   Apraxia   Aphasia   Memory Loss   Motor Coordination

General Health & Freedom from Medications
Wellness
Fatigue  Insomnia   Stress   Colds & Flu   Diabetes   Weight Loss   Hypertension   Smoking Cessation      Cardiovascular Care for Post Stroke or Heart Attack
Men & Women’s Reproductive & Anti-aging 

GI Disorders & Gluten Sensitivity
IBS   GERD   Acid-reflux   Crohn’s    Celiac’s   Ulcers   Indigestion   Malabsorption   Leaky-Gut

Immune Dysfunction & Autoimmune
Rheumatoid Arthritis    Hashimoto’s    Lupus    HIV & AIDS    Multiple Sclerosis

Performance Enhancement
Improve Timing & Coordination – Athletes and Performing Arts
Improve Executive Brain Function – Students, Professors, Executives
Autism, Asperger’s, Down Syndrome

 

 

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