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The Vagus Nerve Clinic

The Vagus Nerve Clinic offers specialized telemedicine services aimed at the assessment and treatment of dysautonomia, specifically related to Vagus Nerve Dysfunction. Through the convenience of online conferencing, patients in Australasia, Europe, and North America can access the expertise of highly experienced clinicians, Emrys Goldsworthy in Australasia and Europe, and Lynne Meredith in North America. Our clinic is dedicated to providing personalized care tailored to each patient's unique needs.

What is Dysautonomia?

Dysautonomia refers to a range of conditions that occur due to the malfunction of the autonomic nervous system, which controls the body's involuntary functions. Vagus Nerve Dysfunction can lead to various manifestations of dysautonomia, affecting the body's ability to maintain homeostasis.

Examples of Dysautonomia Conditions

Our clinic specializes in treating various forms of dysautonomia, including but not limited to:

  1. Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) - Characterized by an abnormal increase in heart rate upon standing.

  2. Vasovagal Syncope - A common cause of fainting, triggered by the body's overreaction to certain stimuli.

  3. Neurally Mediated Hypotension - A drop in blood pressure that occurs after standing for long periods.

  4. Gastroparesis - A condition that affects the stomach muscles and prevents proper stomach emptying.

  5. Functional Dyspepsia - Indigestion with no clear cause.

  6. Autonomic Neuropathy - Damage to the nerves that control involuntary bodily functions.

These conditions are heavily associated with vagus nerve dysfunction leading to symptoms of excessive or low vagal tone.

Symptoms of Vagus Nerve Dysfunction


Low Vagal Tone: Do you experience constipation, anxiety, loss of voice, problems swallowing, elevated heart rate or problems with detox? These are some of the common symptoms associated with low vagal tone. 

 

Excessive Vagal Tone: On the flip side, excessive vagal tone can cause its own set of problems. Symptoms may include low heart rate, tight chest, fatigue, diarrhoea and urinary urgency.

Our Approach to Treatment

At the Vagus Nerve Clinic, we believe in a holistic approach to treating dysautonomia. Our treatment plans include:

  • At-Home Based Therapies: To ensure our patients can receive treatment comfortably and conveniently from their homes, we provide specialized packs as part of the induction process. These packs contain therapeutic tools and resources tailored to the individual's condition and treatment plan.

  • Personalized Care Plans: Developed by our expert clinicians, these plans are based on a thorough assessment of each patient's specific form of dysautonomia and its impact on their life.

  • Follow-Up and Support: Regular telemedicine sessions allow for ongoing assessment, adjustment of treatment plans, and provision of support throughout the treatment process.

Why Choose the Vagus Nerve Clinic?

  • Expertise: Access to clinicians with extensive experience in treating dysautonomia.

  • Convenience: Comprehensive care delivered through telemedicine, allowing for treatment from the comfort of your home.

  • Personalization: Tailored treatment plans that address the unique needs of each patient.

  • Innovative Therapies: Utilization of the latest research and therapies in the treatment of Vagus Nerve Dysfunction.

Get Started with Us

If you're experiencing symptoms of vagus nerve dysfunction and believe you could benefit from our services, we invite you to reach out. Our team is here to guide you through the initial consultation process, helping you take the first step toward better health and well-being.

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