Medically developed non-pharmaceutical therapy's for Mental and Behavioral disorders such as: Anxiety, Depression/Mood Disorders, ADHD/ADD Children and Adults. Clinical care and support services to military veterans who experience combat stress (PTSD) or traumatic brain injury (TBI).

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  City Dallas, TX
  Zip Code 75240
  Phone Number (972) 248-0780

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We specialize and have a high success rate in the remediation of symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease, Young Onset PD, Early-Onset PD, PD Depression and Anxiety, PD – Gut Disorders.

Guided by specialized diagnostic testing, research, and years of clinical experience, we use an effective combination of scientifically based, medically developed non-pharmaceutical protocol of Amino-Acids Therapy and nutritional supplementation to address individual needs of our clients and create a wellness, healing and rapid recovery plan.

Our goal is to partner with you in restoring your health so you can live a full and satisfying life. Please take this time and financial commitment seriously, and ask yourself “I am worth it? ”

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From Our Website

The first thing I read after being diagnosed on the internet was Parkinson's attacks the mind, body and the spirit. There is one thing that treats all three and that's hope. Taking part in your own healing is a very effective and empowering way of addressing Parkinson's Disease.

The high levels of stress and depression have been a problem for years but uncertainty and confusion of today's world is contributing to the unprecedented rise of stress related depression. In general little stress is good but it's been proven over and over that too much stress is a killer. These days more then ever before we all have been experiencing too much stress and constant stress may lead to major depression. Stress, whether chronic, such as taking care of a loved one with Parkinson's, or acute, such as losing a job or the death of a loved one can lead to major depression.

Parkinson's disease is a neurodegenerative disorder and, so far, there is no cure, so Parkinson's diagnosis can trigger a range of emotions and a person might have a hard time dealing with those feelings. That is why understanding the psychology of this neurodegenerative disorder is the first step to help people with Parkinson's deal with their physical and emotional health and well being. Whether you or your loved one is experiencing Confusion, Depression, Anxiety do to receiving Parkinson's diagnosis the situation is usually too complicated for Psychotherapy alone.