NLCC Overview

NeuroLogic Chiropractic Center strives to break the traditional chiropractic model by treating patients with evidence-based, scientific techniques. Chiropractic functional neurology includes a detailed system of analysis that allows the doctor to locate dysfunctional areas of a patient’s brain and nervous system. Due to neuroplasticity—which is the ability of the brain to forge new connections even in adulthood—areas of the brain can be rehabilitated and improved upon to treat/reduce/improve a patient’s condition. Neuroplasticity can be promoted through chiropractic techniques, eye exercises, physical exercises, vestibular rehab, occupational therapies, sound/light/sensory stimulation and more. When chiropractic care is combined with brain-based exercises performed both in and out of the office, patients experience better and longer-lasting results.

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New Patients

Every patient at NLCC goes through a detailed exam that allows the doctor to locate the area of the nervous system that needs to be rehabilitated. The initial exam may include: chiropractic spinal analysis, taking a detailed patient history, cognitive testing, IMPAC testing, neurology exam, orthopedic tests, VisualEyes exam/video graph, posture analysis, gait analysis, spinal X-rays and more. By combining these techniques, the doctor is able to create a more accurate and targeted approach to caring for a patient’s specific condition(s).

Patient Care

Each patient at NLCC receives care specific to that individual’s needs and conditions. For this reason, care can vary greatly from patient to patient. A typical office visit consists of chiropractic care combined with various therapies to rehab the associated neural pathways. These therapies stem from the fields of functional neurology, physical therapy, occupational therapy and many more. This combined approach results in improved care as well as longer-lasting results—patients can go longer times between visits. To learn more about each of these fields, click on the tab below.

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Chiropractic Functional Neurology

Dr. Muldoon is currently one of just six chiropractic neurologists in Michigan and the only one in the Metro Detroit area. In order to become a chiropractic neurologist, he had to obtain hundreds of hours in post-doctorate classes and pass a rigorous board exam. A Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board has the ability to work with complex cases that go beyond typical neck and back pain.

Chiropractic neurologists perform a detailed system of analysis that allows the doctor to locate various dysfunctional neural pathways within the patient’s nervous system. Once these pathways have been located, a set plan of care is followed to help rehab and improve the function of neural pathways, resulting in a reduction/resolution of the patient’s symptoms. Click below to learn more about chiropractic neurology

Conditions Treated

At NLCC, we treat many of the conditions that are treated at a typical chiropractic office: neck and back pain, sciatica, numbness/tingling in the arms/legs, peripheral neuropathy, muscle spasms, chronic pain, sports injuries, and more. Other conditions we work with include: balance issues, headaches/migraines, vertigo/dizziness, movement disorders, torticollis, Parkinson’s disease, brain fog, fibromyalgia, autoimmune diseases, ADHD, autism spectrum, stroke victims, and other complex cases.

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Patient Population

Due to taking a chiropractic neurology approach, NLCC works with a very diverse population of patients. Each day, patients of all ages are cared for in the office, from pediatric patients who are only weeks old to elderly patients. The office has various equipment, tables, and techniques to suit such a diverse population.

The office is 100% ADA-compliant, allowing wheelchair-bound patients and patients who have difficulty walking to easily move throughout the office. All of the chiropractic tables are suitable for patients of all sizes and meet ADA codes that enable patients to easily get on and off. Click below to see photos of the office.

Nutritional & Metabolic Care

Unfortunately, poor-quality diets are common throughout the U.S. Because of this, Americans suffer from ever-increasing incidents of autoimmune diseases, food allergies, and food sensitivities, meaning that comprehensive patient care must often also include nutritional care. Not all patients require nutritional counseling and analysis, but when they do, NLCC has the right tools to further assist patients—we can help patients improve their diet to reduce the various symptoms they may be experiencing. Along with altering a patient’s diet, we may suggest supplements to aid in care. In addition to providing nutritional counseling, NLCC works with multiple partners to test for vast array of diseases, genetic variants, vitamin/mineral deficiencies, food sensitivities, and more.

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Although NeuroLogic Chiropractic Center does not participate in personal health insurance plans, a superbill can be provided for patients so that they can submit their visits to their insurance company. A superbill includes the diagnosis, treatment codes and the amount paid by the patient.

Some insurance companies may pay a portion of the visit or apply it to the patient’s deductible. You can contact your insurance company to see if they will cover a portion of your care or call our office for help.

We do accept auto insurance cases if they are open cases. If an auto case is closed or payments have been stopped, the patient is responsible for payment. On some occasions and with a doctor’s approval, a lien on the case may be signed. We do not accept workers comp or personal injury cases.
We offer fair prices and accept multiple payment methods. The following methods of payment are accepted: all major credit cards, cash, check, HSA and/or flex spending.