Matt endured nearly a decade of excruciating chronic pain due to a deteriorating and herniated back, a pinched nerve in his shoulder, and eventually, a numbing sensation in his left leg. His condition left him struggling to walk and support his family, despite trying countless remedies. However, after undergoing weekly bioregulation therapy sessions at the Center for Brain Training,
Liam* was 15 months old when his mother’s worries came to a head. Although his motor skills were developing normally, Sandy* knew in her gut that something just wasn’t right.
He didn’t respond to his name. He would stare at a toy but not play with it. He would gaze for long periods at a light.
Alexis M has suffered three concussions from falling off a horse. It’s an occupational hazard for this passionate equestrian, who accepts the risks but has never accepted being told there was nothing that could be done about the symptom aftermath.
When she had her first concussion in 2017, Alexis went the conventional medicine route.
Connie suspected that something wasn’t right with her grandson Blake*, who had tics from the time he was a young child. By the time he was four, behavior problems began surfacing, leading to suspensions in pre-school and again in kindergarten. Medications didn’t help.
A woman who had been a nurse in humid Vietnam during the war experienced a major traumatic event that occurred on damp ground. When she returned to the U.S, she settled in Clemson, South Carolina where it rained a lot. Periodically, the smell of damp earth would re-trigger her trauma. She had significant post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Gary* went through most of his adult life feeling that something wasn’t right but didn’t know why.
There was always an undercurrent of anxiety running through his mind, stress in his body, and a sense of doom that struck the minute he awoke and got out of bed. He functioned well as the owner of a successful business but knew his mental state was holding him back and interfering with his ability to enjoy life.
Julia expected parenting to be a challenge, but she wasn’t prepared for what she found herself facing with her little boy, Miguel. Miguel barely slept as an infant and didn’t improve as he got older. He threw frequent tantrums, recoiled when anyone tried to touch him and eventually became a danger to himself and others with his out-of-control behavior.
For most of his life Tyler* was plagued by physical and mental challenges including fatigue, attention deficit, disorganization, poor memory, rumination, depression, and anxiety.
At age 12 he was diagnosed with ADHD and prescribed Adderall. He took it for five years until finally saying, no more. Besides not helping him with his issues,