Carthage, MS, 27-FEB-2013 - Dr. Joanie Winstead DC, Carthage functional neurology chiropractor, is pleased to announce a menu of metabolic solutions for issues related to functional neurology. These remedies are breakthroughs in nature, and completely safe and natural.

Some of the conditions that are benefited from metabolic therapeutic techniques include auto-immune conditions such as multiple sclerosis, eczema, rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn's and irritable bowel syndrome. The doctor also offers therapy for peripheral neuropathy, migraine headaches and thyroid disorders. Patients with all types of chronic pain in the neck and the back have also reported improvement in health.

Patients who schedule a consultation with Dr. Winstead are carefully screened to determine precisely what solutions are required in order to be most effective in relieving the symptoms. The battery of tests include hormone panels, intestinal permeability, immune panels, full blood panels, adrenal stress index and sensitivity testing.

Dr. Winstead is one of only four Board-eligible chiropractic neurologists in Mississippi. There are only 1200 chiropractic neurologists in the entire United States. There are many chiropractors in the country, but only the relatively small percentage have the additional training in neurology.

The major components to therapy that are in addition to the typical chiropractic techniques include oxygen therapy and brain therapy. Oxygen serves as fuel for both the nervous system and the brain. As such, it will increase the healing rate. If an exercise component is added to the oxygen, the firing of electrical impulses to the brain is enhanced. This process tends to improve many types of chronic conditions.

The second major element to therapy is techniques which include vibration, auditory, olfactory, caloric and visual stimulation. The doctor may apply spinal decompression to improving firing of signals to the brain.

Learn more about the techniques incorporated into the offerings by Dr. Winstead, DC, Carthage functional neurology chiropractor, by accessing the website at http://www.CarthageNeuropathy.com today. Members of the press and others who have questions about the effectiveness of the therapy, or about the details in this press notice are encouraged to contact Dr. Winstead at the location described below.

Contact Person Name: Dr. Joanie L. Winstead, DC

Practice: Board eligible chiropractic neurologist and NeuroMetabolic practitioner

Address: 226 Highway 35 North, Carthage, MS 39051

Contact Telephone Number: (601) 267-3996

Email: [email protected]

Website: http://www.CarthageNeuropathy.com