Are you discouraged by disappointing results or frustrated with medications that have created more symptoms than they’ve treated?

Have you lost hope for full recovery from your injury?

Specialized concussion care matters!

While it is a good idea to visit your primary care doctor after you have experienced a concussion, working with a practitioner specifically trained in managing long-term concussion impact can be critical to attaining full recovery.

We welcome you to Minnesota Functional Neurology & Chiropractic (MFNC), a Minneapolis-based clinic staffed by a caring and progressive team of practitioners, experienced in managing complex cases and specializing in neuro-metabolic treatment.

Holistic, thorough approach

The initial examination and subsequent care provided by MFNC are very thorough.We have found this to be the key to unlocking permanent and lasting doors on the road to recovery.

You will receive a complete neurological exam upon your first visit, as well as recommendations for further tests you may have not received before. Following the initial examination, the doctors at MFNC will come up with a plan of care specifically tailored to your condition and needs.

At MFNC, understanding the brain-body connection is foundational to our approach to care. The team at MFNC integrates the physical medicine of Chiropractic Medicine with the latest knowledge and technology available in the fields of Functional Neurology, Endocrinology, and Immunology.

This uniquely thorough approach is offered by very few clinics around the world.

The team at MFNC is invested in helping their patients to achieve a greater quality of life. Those who do best at MFNC are patients who are committed to getting better and achieving long-term health results. The treatments offered are not band-aids, but rather lay the groundwork to creating a plan for optimal well-being and longevity for the years to come.

Specialized training and experience

Dr. Jeremy Schmoe is thoroughly-trained to diagnose and treat complex brain injuries. Having received his certification from the Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies, Dr. Schmoe also lectures nationally and internationally on Functional Neurology and Concussion management for them. This ensures that Dr. Schmoe and his team are always on the forefront of the field’s progress, up-to-date with the most current research and aware of the latest therapies available for traumatic brain injury and concussion.

Comprehensive evaluation process and diagnostic tools

A comprehensive evaluation process is conducted with all new clients. Minnesota Functional Neurology provides these baseline testing services to individuals using the most modern and contemporary diagnostic instruments available. MFNC utilizes VNG testing, platform posturography, saccadometry, Dynavision D2, Interactive Metronome as well as an extremely thorough bedside chiropractic functional neurologic exam to assess strength, posture, gait and motor responses. The complete neurological examination is the basis for determining the root cause of your condition and provides the foundation for your treatment. By not simply treating the symptoms, but rather targeting the cause of the symptoms, you will notice measurable improvements. The doctors at MFNC utilize testing throughout your treatment to monitor growth and to ensure that you are headed in the right direction with your healing.

Cutting-edge tools and therapies

Minnesota Functional Neurology and Chiropractic utilizes a wide variety of cutting edge therapies during treatment. We will provide non-invasive therapies specifically selected for you, and we understand how to monitor changes in your function.

Read more about our tools and therapies here.

Experienced in managing complex cases

Our team is very familiar with managing complex cases. We specialize in providing care to patients who have come to MFNC reporting that they have been everywhere and tried everything, yet are still plagued with symptoms. Patients from all over the country seek help from Dr. Schmoe and his team because they are able to provide the type of care that restores hope, helping patients get back to doing the things they love to do.

there is hope