What is your logo about?
On the outside of the logo are two opposite half circles, one in green and one in blue. These represent the yin and yang of Traditional Chinese Medicine. This is about balance and duality. For example: a shadow cannot exist without light.
The outside of the logo has a set of wings. These wings are two-fold in that they can represent a phoenix rising up from ashes (of chronic pain) and they also represent those who protect others from harm or damage.
Finally, in the middle of the logo is a spine, or the central focus. Every tissue in the body is controlled by the nervous system. A large majority of these nerves exit out of the spine and move on to their destination.
What about the name?
Neuro = a Greek word used before a vowel; akin to Latin Nervus meaning neuron; combining form meaning "nerve," "nerves," "nervous system".
Renovation = a verb (used with an object).
1. to restore to good condition; make new or as if new again; repair.
2. to reinvigorate; refresh; revive.
Shown in the background of this page are a group of neurons that have impulses coming and going. Same goes for your body, when chiropractic manipulation clears out the interference of the nervous system then the body is able to renovate or rebuild itself.