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Case Studies

Dick Beardsley - Grandma’s Marathon Record Holder


Athletes need to be able to learn new skills and refine old ones in order to increase their performance and reduce the probability of injury without the use of drugs and surgery. Using functional neurological applications in addition to brain based approaches to patient care have provided Dr. Steven Moe with the tools to enhance athletic performance.

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Functional Neurology relieves foot pain, digestion, flexibility


Utilizes the concept of neurology and neuron function to understand the interconnection between all aspects of health.

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S.O.T. Examination


Discovered by Dr. DeJarnette, he narrowed down the major distortion patterns into three distinct categories with their accompanying cranial distortions. S.O.T is a very unique system to locate and treat imbalances in our bodies.

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Walked In With Cane, Left With No Pain!

Chronic Pain & Treatment

A systematic approach to releasing the Dura and activating the brain to increase specific outcomes in patient care.

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Patient Recovers Utilizing Applied Kinesiology


Applied kinesiology is a form of diagnosis using muscle testing as a primary feedback mechanism to examine how a person’s body is functioning. When properly applied, the outcome of an AK diagnosis will determine the best form of therapy for the patient. Since AK draws together the core elements of many complementary therapies, it provides an interdisciplinary approach to health care.

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Triathlete Balance Treatment


A very complex system that is related to your balance, eye movements, dizziness, vertigo, tremors, and gait problems.

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Sonic Therapy Treats Lateral Sway

Sonic Therapy

It is known that the correlation between cerebral activity and cerebellar growth are closely linked and that stimulating one influences the other. With this knowledge, Dr. Moe has designed a therapy involving certain tonal ranges that he has found to stimulate brain centers involved with postural control. By influencing these integration centers, patients are able to overcome injuries faster and are able to perform better.

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