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We currently address many neurobehavioral disorders as well as neurological symptoms which inhibit some people from living life to the fullest. 

We apply medical research involving therapies, supplementation, and even medicine as needed, to address and treat issues that can be challenging for families to manage.

Early identification of neurological symptoms is important, but we also help so many people who have suffered most of their lives. 

Below are many neurobehavioral disorders we address as well as additional website information for your convenience. 

  • Attention-Deficit Disorder (ADHD/ADD)- Although it is often diagnosed, we do not hesitate to dig deeper to the root cause of the ADHD symptoms that children and adults present with. We help patients’ improve their lives by addressing all symptoms with holistic neurology and supplementation that is safe for the brain, and home strategies. Visit the following website for more information: Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.
  • Angelman Syndrome- This syndrome shows its challenges through patients’ inability to posses language comprehension, short attention span, and erratic movements. Our holistic neurology allows us to pinpoint the varying dysfunction in patients with Angelman Syndrome so we can properly address the dysfunction at the root. Visit the following website for more information: Angelman Syndrome Foundation.

  • Asperger Syndrome, Autism Spectrum, and Other Pervasive Disorders- Individuals exhibiting autism spectrum symptoms may demonstrate incredible abilities in visual, academic, or musical areas. These disorders will range in symptoms and severity and intensity as well as verbal and social function. We help rule out any related symptoms and proceed with a holistic approach to improve deficiencies without the use of medications to ensure the brain is fueled and stimulated properly. Visit the following websites for more information: Autism Society of America or http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disorders/asperger/detail_asperger.htm.

  • Bipolar Disorder- This disorder presents with mood instability from extreme sadness to unexplained elation; however, bipolar can be effectively addressed through holistic care with neurotransmitter support, nutrition, and therapeutic brain exercises. We effectively and cautiously approach bipolar without the use of medication, which only masks symptoms. Our protocols rebalance the brain in an effort for the brain to naturally produce its own stabilizing chemistry. Visit the following website for more information: Child and Adolescent Bipolar Foundation

  • Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD)- This disorder presents difficulty in recognizing and understanding sounds,. People with CAPD cannot process auditory information at a normal expectation. Many times a person will simply hear background noise or just can’t listen long enough to follow the information or gain direction to compete a task. Visit the following website for more information: ASHA

  • Developmental Disorders- These disorders of physiological development although; yet through the application of research and patient experience, we have found many improvable underlying symptoms and conditions causing these developmental concerns. Some developmental disorders deal with language, learning, motor, behavior, emotion, and even autism. Visit the following website for more information: Developmental Disorders

  • Expressive Language Disorder- People who experience expressive language disorder exhibit struggles at varying degrees. A person may have difficulty expressing him or herself through speech due to a decreased vocabulary, limited memory of vocabulary, and inability to create complex sentences.  Visit the following website for more information: Expressive Language Disorder


    Learning Disabilities- The term learning disabilities is way to explain a nonspecific group of neurological disorders that begin to surface during childhood. Learning disabilities can present themselves through various levels learning difficulties and learning differences. They may include challenges with any communicating, comprehending, organizing, storing, and/or using visual and non-visual information. Many times learning disabilities present with difficulties listening, learning, reading or mathematical abilities, concepts, executive functioning, social skills, reasoning and the like which often interfere academic performance and every day living. These symptoms and disabilities can overlap other disorders and environmental influences, which is why we address them with holistic, evidence-based care and not symptom-based alone. Visit the following website for more information: National Center for Learning Disabilities