Carolina Brain Center
At Carolina Brain Center, our mission is to change a life, change a family, change a community, and change the world. – Dr. Darcy Dane
Too many people have been left with no hope. Whether it is a story of recovery, a story of survival, or a story of I-know-my-child-has-more-potential, feeling that you are defeated has a devastating effect on moving forward, gaining momentum to overcome obstacles, and achieving goals. Functional Neurology is a system of analysis, diagnostics, and treatments that unlocks potential.
Unlocking potential means different things to different people, diseases, injuries, and illnesses. What can we do for you? If you could pick just one thing, what would it be? Reduced spasticity, better communication, slowing down a degenerative process, better behavior from your child, better grades, less pain, more movement, feeling happy? If someone told you there was hope for you or your loved one, what would you want to work on so that you could see measurable improvements?
The BIG picture makes the BIG difference! The body, as a whole, is a functioning machine that has many working units that are all interrelated. One part DOES affect another part. At Carolina Brain Center, we look at the major players: the brain, the blood, and the guts. We collect diagnostic information about these players and then we see how they are functioning together. Our treatments are specifically designed for each individual patient based on their diagnostic information gathered. In addition to offering cutting edge treatments, we often find ourselves in the role of being the conductor in complex cases. Collaborating with other medical professionals to help best manage a case is part of what makes us so good at getting great results.
We provide treatments for people of all ages who are suffering with general neurological symptoms such as:
Changes in mood
Loss of memory
One or more of these symptoms are commonly associated with neurological conditions including:
Childhood Developmental Disorders
Traumatic Brain Injury