CORRECTING and REPLACING Brain Health and Biomechanical Management Facility Launches New Brand, Cerebrum Health Centers in Dallas and Atlanta Treats Neurological and Biomechanical Disorders

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BRAIN HEALTH AND BIOMECHANICAL MANAGEMENT FACILITY LAUNCHES NEW BRAND, CEREBRUM HEALTH CENTERS IN DALLAS AND ATLANTA TREATS NEUROLOGICAL AND BIOMECHANICAL DISORDERS

A leading brain health management and rehabilitation facility, formerly known as Carrick Brain Centers, today announced the company has rebranded as Cerebrum Health Centers following a leadership reorganization, including separation from former staff clinician, Dr. Frederick Carrick, D.C. Under new leadership, Cerebrum will continue providing treatment in Dallas and Atlanta for patients suffering from degeneration and injury of the brain and central nervous system, including various neurological disorders, multiple comorbid metabolic disorders, biomechanical, and musculoskeletal conditions with a multi-disciplinary staff.

“This reorganization positions Cerebrum for long-term success and allows us to continue offering hope to patients who have traumatic brain injuries or neurological disorders but have been unable to find treatments that improve their quality of life,” said Ken Beam, CEO of Cerebrum. “Cerebrum’s comprehensive clinical team provides innovative therapies to address each patient’s specific condition and symptoms to help restore neurological, biomechanical, comorbid metabolic and musculoskeletal integrity.”

Cerebrum’s patient care protocol includes extensive, research-backed examinations to identify impairments that may limit brain function. Treated by a multi-disciplinary clinical staff, each patient receives a customized treatment program, including intensive in-office therapy and in-home exercises. This same staff measures each patient’s progress and adjusts treatment to achieve desired outcomes.

“Our brains have an inherent ability to repair themselves; therefore, by examining and treating each patient on a case-by-case basis, we’ve been able to achieve quality outcomes,” said Dr. Sandeep Vaid, M.D., medical director for Cerebrum Health Center’s Atlanta clinic. “By targeting affected areas of the brain, we are able to redirect or enhance existing neural pathways in our patients. Coupled with a metabolic approach that investigates the neuro endocrine, neuro immune and neuro chemical aspects of our patients, Cerebrum positions patients for a successful recovery.”

Cerebrum’s treatments include use of a patented Off Vertical Axis Rotational Device, known as the OVARD chair, which stimulates neural activity and biomechanical function in specifically targeted regions on the brain and body. In addition, Cerebrum’s clinical team uses repetitive peripheral somatosensory stimulation to help reactivate the nervous system where a patient’s brain function, biomechanics and overall functionality may have been compromised.

Cerebrum’s tailored therapies have helped patients experience restorative healing and overcome various disorders, as evidenced by the facility’s testimonials from Marcus Luttrell, former Navy SEAL; Darren Woodson, former Dallas Cowboy; and countless other patients who have shared their success stories on Cerebrum’s website.

About Cerebrum Health Centers

Cerebrum Health Centers is a leading brain health and biomechanical management and rehabilitation facility operating in Dallas and Atlanta. By combining research-backed patient examinations with innovative technologies and treatments, Cerebrum’s multi-disciplinary staff achieves positive outcomes to help improve the quality of life for patients suffering from degeneration and injury of the brain and central nervous system, as well as increase biomechanical function and integrity. For more information, please visit www.cerebrum.com.

Contacts

for Cerebrum Health Centers
Kerri Fulks, 972-499-6617
kerri.fulks@hck2.com

Release Summary

A leading brain health management and rehabilitation facility, formerly known as Carrick Brain Centers, today announced the company has rebranded as Cerebrum Health Centers.

Contacts

for Cerebrum Health Centers
Kerri Fulks, 972-499-6617
kerri.fulks@hck2.com