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FND is a condition where the process of sending and receiving signals between brain and body become altered. After our doctors have performed a thorough examination we then create a personalized rehabilitation program that is specific to your unique needs.


Below are the components of our examination to create a successful treatment plan

  • Oculomotor Integration

  • Autonomic Nervous System Stability

  • Sensorimotor Integration

  • Auditory Integration

  • Visuospatial Integration

  • Vestibulo-ocular Reflexes

  • Vestibulospinal/ Colic Reflexes

  • Reflexive Muscle Activation

  • Motor Sequencing & Reaction Time

  • Proprioceptive Adaptability

  • Brain-Gut Axis Evaluation

  • Endurance Capabilities

Figure 3 - Kat's testimonial after completing both our FND and Concussion Rehabilitation Programs



Photobiomodulation (PBM) is a form of non-invasive light therapy using red and/ or near-infrared light. PBM has extensive research showing its effectiveness for reducing inflammation, immunomodulation, tissue repair and increased production of Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP).

Oculomotor Evaluation

Evaluating the oculomotor system is critical to proper diagnosis and aids effective treatment. We perform multiple recorded oculomotor testing sessions on our patients to ensure consistent progress. A practical example of evaluation would consist of performing specific eye movements while the eyes are being recorded with infrared cameras, similar to a VNG/ VOG.

Repetitive Peripheral Somatosensory Stimulus 

Repetitive Peripheral Somatosensory Stimulus (RPSS) is a non-invasive treatment modality that involves the application of a mild electrical impulse to the skin. RPSS has a wide array of uses, in our rehabilitation program it is commonly used to directly treat conditions such as vertigo or migraines/ headaches.

Transcutaneous Vagus Nerve Stimulation

Transcutaneous Vagus Nerve Stimulation (TVNS) involves application of mild electrical impulse to the outer ear in order to stimulate the Vagus nerve. TVNS has been shown to successfully treat conditions such as cluster headaches, migraines, epilepsy, trigeminal pain, mTBI, irritable bowel disease and many others.

Vision Therapy

Vision Therapy is a commonly used method to improve the precision of ocular movements. Practical examples of dysfunctional eye movements can appear as double and/or blurry vision, difficulty concentrating, difficulty reading, eye strain and headaches.

Focus Builder

The Focus Builder App was created by a team of Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologists, dedicated to providing doctors with the latest brain rehabilitative techniques. Click here for more information.

Motion Guidance

Motion Guidance is a visual bio-feedback tool where a laser is mounted on a patient's body to encourage perfect sensorimotor integration. Click here for more information.

Neuro-muscular Electric Stimulation (NMES)

NMES is a modality used in identifying the neurologic origin of all physiologic symptoms rather than the symptoms alone

Ear Insufflation 

Ear Insufflation is a modern procedure involving gently puffing air into the ear canal. The purpose of this technique is to affect the Trigeminal nerve (CN V). As it plays a crucial role in facial/ scalp sensation and proper jaw function.


There are a number of variables that determine the induction of plasticity, the most commonly neglected variables of stimulation are specificity, repetition and intensity. The Ottawa Performance Care FND Program is specifically designed with these variables in mind.


Ottawa Performance Care doctors take pride in both, their abilities to properly evaluate and effectively diagnose conditions, this component of treatment is often overlooked/ neglected. The variables of repetition and intensity can only be addressed when a thorough examination and proper diagnosis have been made.

Once we have the necessary information we can create an appropriate treatment strategy designed specifically for your case with the variables of specificity, repetition and intensity in mind.

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