Dr. Sheldon Jordan, MD, FAAN

Dr. Sheldon Jordan, MD, FAAN

As an artist and scientist trained at Johns Hopkins and UCLA, I have always believed that great things happen when we think beyond traditional boundaries. I believe every person is an amazing creation molded by an array of natural forces that can be harnessed for personal growth. I am passionate about guiding people in this creative path.

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Dr. Marisa Chang, MD

Dr. Marisa Chang, MD

As a physician, my greatest pride is the relationship that I have with my patients. I listen to each patient with a compassionate heart to provide the best of evidence based and state of the art medicine.

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Areas of Expertise

Degenerative Conditions

Degenerative Conditions

Neurological Associates are not resigned to letting people dwindle with diagnoses of Alzheimer's or Parkinson's Disease.

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Headache, Nerve Injury and Pain

Headache, Nerve Injury and Pain

Acute and chronic pain needs to be understood in terms of its underlying nature and precise therapies need to be chosen that are personalized targets. Migraine, nerve pain, fibromyalgia, musculoskeletal problems may be acutely disruptive or chronically disabling. All of the contributing factors need to be assessed including reactive depression and post traumatic stress, central sensitization of pain and potential addictive complications.

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Supporting Brain Health

Supporting Brain Health

Supporting brain health is not just about drugs. Neurological Associates have always taken a multidisciplinary approach to include medications, when required, dietary optimization, nutritional supplementation, mental and physical exercises, detoxification, anti inflammatory and regenerative approaches. We are also happy to support additional care with our many excellent colleagues in other disciplines and in surgery when these approaches are needed.

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Anxiety, Depression, Attentiveness, and Clarity of Mind

Anxiety, Depression, Attentiveness, and Clarity of Mind

The mind finds its home in the brain. The older Cartesian view suggests that these two elements are separable. A more modern view is that emotions and the brain are inexorably intertwined. Identifiable circuits in the brain malfunction as a result of inflammation, developmental disarray and genetic misfortune. Brain structure can be shaped by experience, physical and emotional trauma and disease. Neurological Associates follow a holistic approach to behavioral health.

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Sudden Events: Injury, Stroke, Seizures, Fainting and Inflammation

Sudden Events: Injury, Stroke, Seizures, Fainting and Inflammation

A sudden event may disrupt brain function. A sudden impact may cause injury with persistent alteration of consciousness, forgetfulness, inattention, headaches, and dizziness. Persisting fatigue, sleep disruption and mood changes may also result. Occasionally, the initial impacts produce a prolonged process of late deterioration with mood changes, behavioral changes and loss of thinking capacity and a diagnosis of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy.

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Brain Regenesis

Brain Regenesis

If your time is up, no amount of nutritional supplements will change your fate. A biological clock determines age and progression to death. We like to call it the "Grim Reaper ClockTM". This clock is localized in the hypothalamus of the brain, and research has demonstrated that the clock can be reset for a younger age. Our Regenesis Program focuses on the translation of these principles to clinical practice.

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