December 12th, 2013
After years of suffering with Fibromyalgia, Karen Singer of Sherman Oaks knew it was well worth the drive to the Pasadena office of Dr. Nazee Rofagha, DC, one of the few doctors in the area that is trained to perform Neurological Rehabilitation, an emerging new collection of non-invasive techniques designed to evaluate and rehabilitate nerves in the body.
Dr. Rofagha tested Singer and administered therapy that included specialized techniques that stimulate the Nervous System, Infrared Light Therapy, and Vibration Therapy.
“The intensity of the pain in my back went from a seven to a three within 15 minutes,” said Singer. “For the first time in years, I left a doctor’s office with less pain and more hope.”
A few weeks and appointments later, Singer feels much less pain and declares daily “It’s working!”
Currently, Rofagha is completing the third of the three Modules of Quantum Neurology® Rehabilitation Training. This advanced healing concept, developed by Dr. George Gonzalez, DC, QN, uses the patient’s own Nervous System to guide their rehabilitation.
Also a NRCT™ (Neurological Relief Centers Technique) specialist, Rofagha remains committed to seeking out new, non-invasive techniques to further help her patients suffering from chronic pain, injuries, and conditions.
Rofagha’s patients include people with Fibromyalgia, Multiple Sclerosis, Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Migraines, Anxiety, Fatigue, Insomnia, Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, Neuropathy, and nerve-related pain such as pain radiation, tingling, and throbbing sensations which are collectively referred to as a neurological condition.
“I respect what science and medicine can do but sometimes it is not enough,” said Rofagha. “With all of the emerging techniques breaking ground in pain management and neurological rehabilitation, people have more options now.”
Dr. Rofagha is located at 1017 South Fair Oaks Ave. in Pasadena. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call (626) 583-9116 or visit drrofagha.com.
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Dr. Nazee Rofagha, DC Has Her Finger on the Pulse of Neurological Rehabilitation