Brain Balance

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by mstrost
Last updated 5 years ago

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Brain Balance

Most people haven't. There is a center in Edwardsville, Illinois. This is the one that I work at. There are other locations across the country including one in Ballwin, Missouri and Vernon Hills, Illinois. Slowly but surely it is starting to become more accesible to people from different areas.

Here is the link to all of the in-depth research Dr. Melillo and his co-workers have done on Functional Disconnection.

Brain Balance can help any child between the ages of 4 and 18 that have any type of disconnection between both sides of their brain. Brain Balance is a non-medical facility that treats the symptoms of many brain disorders, including Austism, ADHD, and ODD.

Brain Balance is a comprehensive program that combines physical and sensory exercises with cognitive skill training and healthy nutrition. Brain Balance’s coordinated program approach balances and synchronizes left brain/right brain interaction. The newly strengthened connections trigger advancements in behavior, social and academic performance.

Dr. Melilo

Never Heard of It?

Research and Studies Done

Testimonials from Some Parents whose Kids I Worked with:

What We Do

Who it Can Help

Dr. Robert Melillo is the founder of Brain Balance. He has published many books about his studies and work that has helped changed the lives of many children. His most informative book about the Brain Balance program is Disconnected Kids.

Brain Balance Changed MY Life

Brain Blance has made an enormous impact on my life in the short six months that I have been working there. It is by far the most rewarding thing I have ever done and has made me decide to change my major to Special Education. Working here has also deepened my passion to help kids that need it the most. My goal is to one day make Brain Balance more affordable to low income families and find a way to integrate the program into schools.


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