6 Possible Signs of Early Neurodegeneration 

6 Possible Signs of Early Neurodegeneration 

Over the past few years, I have dedicated my time to becoming an expert in the field of functional medicine and functional neurology. This has been the most exciting time in my practice! With the emergence of advanced testing and modern therapies, we are able to personalize each patients treatment and nutrition to meet their specific needs, producing greater outcomes than I have ever witnessed before!

These patients are not only those with acute back and neck pain, but individuals suffering chronic pain or fatigue, insomnia or anxiety, dementia, Parkinson’s or Alzheimers.
The key to these chronic neurodegenerative conditions is to discover them early.  There are certain signs and symptoms that begin to present in each patient, however these signs generally go undetected or are not treated until the problem has progressed.


  1. Loss of Smell
  2. Sensitive to Noise or Light
  3. Tremors
  4. Brain Fog
  5. Insomnia
  6. Sensitive to Smells

Due to advancements in the field of functional medicine and neurology, the shot gun approach is no longer necessary. Tools and tests are now available from companies like 23andme.com which provide DNA data to reveal a patients susceptibility to various health issues.  Using this data, we are able to correlate the information and provide the patient with a personalized treatment plan to allow their bodies to begin the healing process.
In addition to DNA data testing, we also incorporate state-of-the-art therapies stimulate the healing process. Some of these advanced therapies include:

  1. Spinal Decompression for sciatica and disc-related conditions
  2. Cold Laser for shoulder, hip and knee pain
  3. Hako-Med Microcurrent to stimulate nerves in Peripheral Neuropathy
  4. Rapid Release Therapy for advanced muscle rehabilitation
  5. Neurofeedback effective for anxiety, depression, insomnia and memory

The use of DNA data testing and progressive therapies have been nothing short of remarkable in our ability to help those that suffer with chronic conditions. The key, however, is to discover the symptoms early on, prior to them becoming more pronounced.

Right now, we are offering a comprehensive orthopedic and neurological examination plus a personalized nutritional consultation for only $195.

We are also offering:

Brain Maps for only $75, regularly $295

Neurological Examination for $195, normally $395

DNA interpretation for $195, normally $395

If you or someone you know is suffering from a chronic neurodegenerative condition, it is important to address their symptoms in the early stages. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Dr. Michael Veselak personally, at dr.veselak@gmail.com.

Hope to hear from you!


Camarillo Functional Health


Dr. Michael Veselak, D.C.

Dr. Michael Veselak, D.C. has been practicing Chiropractic care in Camarillo, California for over 33 years. Throughout his experience, Dr. Veselak has recognized the importance of treating each patient based on their condition rather than their symptoms. In recent years, Dr. Michael Veselak has become a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner and Board Certified in Integrative Medicine, allowing him to evaluate each patient neurologically and metabolically, as well as from a chiropractic standpoint. In doing so, Dr. Veselak has seen tremendous success in his patients suffering from chronic conditions such as Peripheral Neuropathy, Chronic Pain, Fibromyalgia, Spinal Stenosis, Degenerative Disc Problems, and Thyroid Disorders. Using state-of-the-art technology, such a Cold Laser, Hako-Med, Spinal Decompression, Vibration Therapy and Brain-based exercises, Dr. Michael Veselak has witnessed profound effects with various chronic conditions. It is his mission to leave no stone unturned in getting to the root cause of your pain, rather than merely treating the symptoms with medications. If you or someone you know is suffering from a chronic condition, please contact Dr. Michael Veselak at (805) 482-0723.
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