AN INTEGRATION OF MULTIPLE SYSTEMS

After years of practice and study with leading researchers in manual therapy and rehabilitation exercise, Dr. Phillip Snell began blending multiple systems into a coordinated approach which prioritized assessment and treatment of neurological distress and threat.

To date, there are no other systems of physical medicine and rehabilitation that combine BOTH manual therapy AND rehabilitation exercise. The Neurocentric Approach (NCA) is unique in allowing clinicians an easy-to-learn, easy-to-apply system to speed care and improve outcomes.

NCA gets to the root of the pain and movement problem and uses a clinical audit process so that both doctor and patient know whether the therapy is effective within the treatment. This improves compliance with home care and establishes a “locus of control” as patients learn how to manage their own condition effectively.

For a more in-depth explanation of the primary systems and research that have most affected NCA, this post, NeuroCentric: What Does That Mean? will provide more on the foundation.

#1

Low back pain is the #1 cause of disability in the world (Hartvigsen, 2018)

1st of 154

In 2016, among...154 conditions, low back and neck pain had the highest amount of health care spending with an estimated $134.5 billion in spending (JAMA, 2020)

$129.8B

Musculoskeletal disorders account for the second-highest amount of health care spending (estimated at $129.8 billion) (JAMA, 2020)

#1

Low back pain is the #1 cause of disability in the world (Hartvigsen, 2018)

1st of 154

In 2016, among...154 conditions, low back and neck pain had the highest amount of health care spending with an estimated $134.5 billion in spending (JAMA, 2020)

$129.8B

Other musculoskeletal disorders accounted for the second-highest amount of health care spending (estimated at $129.8 billion) (JAMA, 2020)

A ROAD MAP TO INTEGRATED PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION

Dr. Phillip Snell


Founder, lead faculty, Dr. Phillip Snell holds an adjunct faculty position at the University of Western States and has a clinical chiropractic practice in Portland, OR. He lectures internationally to other medical providers on the use of exercise interventions and manual therapy in the treatment of lumbar disc herniation and other orthopedic conditions.

DR. JUSTIN DEAN


Co-founder, Dr. Justin Dean has a clinical chiropractic practice in Los Angeles, CA where he helps many of the best-known celebrities in the entertainment industry. In Dec. 2023, he parted ways with NeuroCentric Approach to pursue other endeavors. Find him at https://drjustindean.com/

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