The Difference Between Healing Physically and a Full Recovery

What Is The Difference?

Healing Physically

The preservation, enhancement, or restoration of movement and physical function impaired or threatened by disease, injury, or disability.

A Full Recovery

A full recovery requires the return to a sound state of mind.  A mind that is lifted from self-doubt, re-injury anxiety, disconnection and distraction.

Optimal Healing Nutrition

Optimal nutrition for injury recovery can differ dramatically from your usual diet.  Eating properly for injury recovery can control inflammation, boost mood, enhance and quicken tissue regeneration, fight infections from surgery (if needed), and increase cognitive function for optimal performance. 

Mental Health Support

An ideal inner-environment for healing is directly connected with your mental state throughout your injury.  Neurofeedback science has shown through EEG brainwave assessments that certain mental states have associated brainwave signatures.  These different signatures determine what chemicals, hormones, and enzymes are released in the body.

Stress Management

Stress on the nervous system is an injury's worst nightmare.  When stress is prevalent we remain in what's called a Sympathetic Dominant state. Our brain in this state will release pro-inflammatory cytokines, norepinephrine (adrenaline), and our body will restrict blood flow to very place that needs it most, your injury.

Neural Restructuring

Every cell in your body holds memory of traumatic experiences. Memory of an injury can be hardwired into your nervous system which facilitates irregular movement patterns, chronic pain, weakness, and/or disconnection altogether deterring you from optimal performance upon return to sport.

Enhanced Learning

NeuraLogic coaches work hard to educate every patient on the physiology of learning and train every patient how to respond purposefully to new and/or habitual experiences.  As well as how to become a leader through precise inner-communication to take on an active role in teaching their own mind and body what's important to remember, what to let go of, and what to change. 

Heart Rate Variability

Heart Rate Variability (HRV) Biofeedback is one of the leading techniques in creating a balanced nervous system, enhance learning, enhance performance, enhance healing, enhance blood flow, decrease pain, and overall get back to neutral when times get really tough.  Education and training on HRV-B is included in every online program and 1-on-1 coaching experience. 

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Nick is an avid outdoor enthusiast outside of his hockey career.  He lives a testament to work hard, play hard.  Inevitably, almost every athlete that pushes him/herself to limits, find themselves sustaining some sort of injury.  Throughout his hockey career and adventures, Nick has sustained several injuries that led him to understanding and developing his courses from experience on how to optimally heal, and mentally be able to get back out and try harder.

“I’ve healed faster than the doctors told me I would. Nick’s point of view on the brain and body along with the skills he taught me had a huge affect on my recovery.”

Savannah C.

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