In this talk, Dr. Colin Bartoe will take a look at what Functional Neurology is and how it can be used to help improve brain function in stroke survivors. By using directed neurological exercises, it is possible to improve the quality of life and daily function of stroke survivors and decrease the demands placed on caregivers.
Bio: Dr. Colin Bartoe is a Florida born and raised chiropractor. He graduated with Honors from UCF in 2008 and Cum Laude from Life University 2012. During his time at Life University, Dr. Bartoe acquired nearly 500+ hours of training in Functional Neurology concurrent with his chiropractic studies. He was President of both Life’s Functional Neurology Club and Advanced Functional Neurology Club for a combined 3 years, teaching students and doctors around the world about Functional Neurology.
Dr. Bartoe has spent a number of years studying under the top doctors in the field of Functional Neurology. For 3 years he trained as a student intern and assistant in the Georgia Chiropractic Neurology Center under the mentorship of Dr. Marc Ellis, DC, DACNB. Dr. Bartoe volunteered under Professor Frederick Carrick in Life University’s Functional Neurology Clinic for 2 years gaining experience in some of the most cutting edge patient care in the field including work with professional athletes and Olympic athletes.
Dr. Bartoe has a passion for treating patients that have not been able to find help through other approaches. Because of this, Dr. Bartoe implements a comprehensive approach that includes, structural, neurological, biochemical, and myofascial systems to diagnose and correct complex cases.