New innovative neurological health clinic in Montreal to offer transformative therapy to Canadians with traumatic brain injury symptoms
MONTREAL, QC | December 7, 2018 – Neurotherapy Montreal, a Heuro PoNS™ Treatment Clinic, celebrates its grand opening Friday, December 7th from 5:30pm – 7:30pm, offering innovative neurological health solutions for Canadians dealing with neurological symptoms.
As part of a unique system of clinics providing brain-based solutions for children and adults, Neurotherapy Montreal is presenting information about its new Heuro Program featuring the PoNS™ Treatment – and how it is improving the quality of life for Canadians experiencing persistent deficits, particularly balance and gait, from previous mild to moderate traumatic brain injuries.
Marcel Mazaltarim, Director of Neurotherapy Montreal, says the clinic’s grand opening marks the beginning of a new therapeutic paradigm for Canadians experiencing neurological symptoms.
“We are thrilled to begin providing the PoNS™ Treatment in the Heuro program,” he says. “It is now possible for Canadians to overcome neurological symptoms and regain their quality of life through the latest innovative therapeutic technologies for mild to moderate traumatic brain injuries.”
The Heuro Program combines non-invasive, Health Canada-approved technology with physical and cognitive therapy for clients experiencing persistent neurological symptoms. The treatment program is provided through Heuro Canada, a leader in delivering innovative neurological health solutions to clinics across Canada.
Rudi van den Broek, Managing Director of Heuro Canada, says Neurotherapy Montreal will provide revolutionary treatment technologies that can help Canadians manage neurological gait and balance disorders as a result of mild to moderate traumatic brain injury in a non-invasive way.
“The clinic will offer a transformative treatment experience,” he says. “Successful treatment is possible and can help Canadians maximize their potential and overall wellness.”
Neurotherapy Montreal applies existing rehabilitation and recovery training procedures in conjunction with the latest neuromodulation and neuroscience technologies, helping individuals restore their livelihood and overcome neurological symptoms from previous moderate traumatic brain injuries.
ABOUT HEURO CANADA INC.
Heuro Canada Inc. is a leading provider of innovative and transformative neurological health assessment and treatment technologies and solutions. With few viable therapeutic options currently available for managing and treating the neurological symptoms associated with traumatic brain injuries, Heuro is championing a new treatment paradigm that helps individuals experiencing persistent deficits, particularly with gait and balance, to restore their livelihood and overcome past moderate traumatic brain injuries.
ABOUT NEUROTHERAPY MONTREAL
Neurotherapy Montreal applies existing rehabilitation and recovery training procedures in conjunction with the latest neuromodulation and neuroscience technologies, helping individuals restore their livelihood and overcome neurological symptoms from previous moderate traumatic brain injuries. The first licensed Heuro PoNS™ treatment centre in Canada, Neurotherapy Montreal aims to improve the quality of life of children and adults suffering from functional neurological disorders, achieving the most complete independence possible by restoring functions beyond traditionally-expected boundaries.
ABOUT THE HEURO PoNS TREATMENT PROGRAM
The Portable Neuromodulation Stimulator (PoNS) by U.S.-based Helius Medical Technologies, is a Class II Medical Device cleared for commercial distribution in Canada and an investigational, non-invasive, medical device currently under review by the United States Food and Drug Administration for clearance to improve balance in patients following a mild-to-moderate traumatic brain injury (mTBI) when combined with targeted physical therapy. PoNS™ Treatment is the first and only tongue-delivered neuromodulation treatment being developed to combine stimulation of cranial nerves with physical and cognitive therapy to restore lost neurological function.
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