Our Mission:

Our mission at The Kempinski Clinic is to provide excellent, patient-specific, holistic healthcare, based on the most up-to-date scientific applications found in peer-reviewed literature.

Our Approach:

Our approach at The Kempinski Clinic is a holistic, whole body evaluation assessing for proper function of anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, and biomechanics.  This is accomplished by focusing on THREE major areas.  These areas include:  

1) Neurologic:


With a NEUROLOGICAL approach, we assesses the integrity, connectivity, function, and balance of the central nervous system (brain, brain-stem, and spinal cord) and the peripheral nervous system (all of the nerves that connect the brain to the body and the body to the brain.

The human brain is truly a magnificent creation.  It is comprised of roughly 100 billion cells that communicate with each other by way of roughly 100 trillion synapses, making it the most complex entity known to man.  In simplified terms, the major function of the human brain is to gather information from the body and the surrounding environment, process that information, and develop a plan that can then be executed through the motoric system for survival. It is important to understand that there is not a single function of the human body that is not controlled and regulated by the nervous system. 

At The Kempinski Clinic, our physicians are trained in examining this complex nervous system for subtle changes that can lead to symptoms prior to any structural damage being evident on traditional imaging studies, such as CT and MRI.  This is accomplished by utilizing a thorough history, observational skills, examination procedures, and advanced diagnostic technology to detect those subtle changes within the nervous system.

Our work is very specific to the individual, allowing us to know very quickly if we are able to help a patient or not. This is done by utilizing a test, treat, re-test methodology.  Once the history and examination is complete, a specific neurological rehabilitative protocol is implemented, and a re-examination/diagnostic assessment is performed to assess changes, whether good or bad, within the nervous system. This allows our physicians to show efficacy of care.  If changes are not observed with our therapeutic interventions, unfortunately we are not the doctors for you and we will inform you of that and refer you appropriately.  

What Is Neuroplasticity?


Our approach with the neurological system is based on the well researched principles of neuroplasticity.  Neuroplasticity refers to the ability of the brain and spinal cord to change and reorganize itself in the response to stimulation and learning. A key principle of neuroplasticity is that brain activity promotes brain reorganization.  Neurological based rehabilitation strategies can aim to manipulate the molecules, cells, and connections of networks of specific areas of the nervous system.  Activation of the brain influences multiple neurotransmitter systems and promotes not only new connections within the brain and spinal cord, but also leads to the creation of new neurons and blood vessels in the brain and spinal cord.  The brain is always changing, and plasticity can either be good or bad, therefore, have your brain checked by a functional neurologist today.

If you, or a loved one, suffers from neurologic symptoms, or are beginning to notice changes, such as brain fog, memory loss, anxiety, depression, and insomnia, contact our office today and schedule a neurologic assessment.  


2) Metabolic:

With a METABOLIC approach, we utilize laboratory analysis to determine the body's ability to take in nutrition, breakdown that nutrition into small usable byproducts, and then convert those byproducts into cellular energy to efficiently run human physiology.

Unfortunately, it is common practice today to have very minimal lab test ordered due to insurance regulation. In order to have a complete understanding of a persons health, it is imperative to have a complete lab analysis performed on a routine basis to assess changes in physiology.  Changes in your physiology can occur very rapidly due to a multitude of reasons, including physical and/or emotional stress, mold exposure, toxicity, infections, poor dietary intake, medication reactions, etc.  Therefore, get your functional lab report today.  

3) Structural:

With a STRUCTURAL approach, we assess the integrity of the musculoskeletal system, and all of its counterparts that allow for proper movement and locomotion of the body.  Movement is the key to life, as it is the greatest sensory input to the human brain.  All people should work daily to avoid this common problem of becoming de-conditioned.

Our clinic uses a multidimensional approach when dealing with musculoskeletal complaints.  We offer a variety of chiropractic techniques, coupled with soft tissue mobilization and myofascial release to make changes within the biomechanics and soft tissue structures.  We also use a variety of modalities that have been proven to aid in the reduction of inflammation and pain, and the promotion of tissue healing.  These modalities include, cold laser therapy, infrared heat therapy, rebuilder electrotherapy, NormaTec recovery, and kinseo-taping.  


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455 Boston Post Road, Suite 7A
Old Saybrook, CT 06475
(860) 391-8482
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