Most people think of a concussion as a brain injury from a hit to the head that is hard enough to cause a loss of consciousness, disorientation, nausea, and other acute symptoms. While such situations are definitely concussions, brain injuries are often more subtle and may not cause immediate symptoms that would be traditionally diagnosed as a concussion. The brain floats in the skull and many forces, directed in the right way, can cause the brain to temporarily compress on itself and damage the delicate pituitary gland- a critical part of the brain that regulates signaling of many neurologically active hormones. When this happens, people may develop symptoms of depression, anxiety, an eating disorder, mood swings, trouble concentrating, brain fog, uncontrolled aggression, suicidal ideation, difficulty sleeping, or other symptoms.  

The Enhance Protocol is a powerful tool for correcting these challenges. We use eye tracking and balance testing, cognitive testing, a health history, and an extensive panel of bloodwork to determine the extent of the problems. Our Chief Medical Officer then writes a comprehensive treatment report we call the Enhance Roadmap™ because it explains how to go from where you are to where you want to be. Our Certified Memory Coaches then guide you through interventions, including targeted supplementation, dietary changes, exercise, use of medical devices, brain training, sleep optimization, and more. Most of our clients experience significant, measurable improvements as they participate in The Enhance Protocol. 

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