Dr. Victor Pedro, Cortical Integrative Therapy
April 29, 2014
Hosted by Gayle Taylor
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Cortical Integrative Therapy CIT has been successful in treating a wide range of painful and debilitating conditions including: ADD/ADHD; apraxia, ataxia, chronic pain; memory difficulties; movement disorders; Parkinson’s disease; Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy RSD/Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome CRPS; RLS; sciatica; Traumatic Brain Injury; tremors; and vertigo, balance, and gait problems. CIT stimulates the cerebral cortex through a combination of non-invasive therapies tailored to meet the specific treatment needs of each patient. Results are often immediate and long-lasting. Why? Because our treatment methodology stimulates brain cells to increase their size and efficiency, thereby promoting the formation of pathways which facilitate the transfer of information throughout the brain. The affected area of the brain and overall brain function are improved without medication or surgery. The duration of treatment will vary based on a host of other individual factors.
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Our show is for professionals, families, caregivers, and individuals with traumatic brain injuries. We will learn how to access some of the cutting edge services available for cognitive rehabilitation skills and behavior therapy, as well as present testimonials and feedback from recipients of services and their families. We will also provide education about these services.
Gayle Taylor received her graduate degree in Social Work from Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas in 1999. She earned a Clinical Substance Abuse Counselor License in 2011 and Clinical Social Work License in 2012. She began doing cognitive rehabilitation skills therapy and behavior therapy with individuals with traumatic brain injury in 2003. She opened her office Therapy Services in 2005 in Burlington, Kansas. Therapy Services provides outpatient substance abuse treatment, non-emergency medical transportation, and cognitive rehabilitation skills and behavior therapy for traumatic brain injury. Gayle is also a member of the National Association of Social Work.