Non-Invasive Stroke Treatment Improves Quality of Life




Left to Right, Priscilla Condon, Dr. J. Douglas Brown, and Catherine Cubbage Condon

The Mind Performance Center, LLC, in Foley, Alabama provides non-drug rehabilitation for a range of brain disorders, including stroke and brain injuries. Owner Dr. J. Douglas Brown, DC, DACNB, helps patients improve speech and communication, balance and gait, and limb and finger control. Other improvements may include better short-term memory and mental focus, plus the restoration of personality traits such as humor or an interest in music.

Stroke often causes damage to the communication pathways of the brain and Brown’s unique treatment approach can rehabilitate these pathways for improved quality of life. “The results of our treatments are tangible, often delivering improvement when nothing else has,” says Brown, who spends 90 minutes with new patients, fully examining their brain activity so that a detailed treatment program can be recommended. 

Brown is one of a few functional neurologists in the U.S. providing brain pathway activation therapy in conjunction with deep transcranial magnetic stimulation (which regenerates abundant release of neurotransmitters) and the science-based nutritional program of Alzheimer’s researcher Dale Bredesen.

“Our approach fosters brain balance and performance without negative side effects,” he says. “Adding years to our patients’ lives—high-quality-of-life years—inspires me to constantly research the latest breakthroughs in functional neurology and apply those as they fit into the treatment programs for my patients.”

 

Location: Inside Path for Wellness, 240 W. Laurel St., Foley, AL. For more information, call 251-597-8787 or visit MindPerformanceCenter.com.

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