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Brain Balance Greenwood Welcomes New Owner

Dr. Bryce Lindley

Dr. Bryce Lindley

Brain Balance Greenwood has transitioned to new owner Dr. Bryce Lindley. Services will remain the same, as all Brain Balance Centers across the nation use a specific protocol.

Lindley says his heart is in the Brain Balance program. He was led to meeting Dr. Brad Ralston, the previous owner of the Greenwood branch and current owner of the Indianapolis branch, through Brain Balance’s founder, Dr. Robert Melillo , whom he met while in school. It was Melillo that inspired him to work with Brain Balance.

Lindley’s education is in Functional Neurology and Chiropractic, which peaked his interest in Melillo’s work.

“With Functional Neurology, we use no drugs or surgery,” says Lindley. “Instead, we try to change the brain through neuroplasticity by giving specific stimulation to the areas of the brain we’re trying to change.”

Lindley’s training coincide with the Brain Balance protocol, as its program is hemisphere-specific, as there are a series of tests done to see which of the hemispheres is underdeveloped, and then the deficient side is treated through skills, home exercises, and nutrition education with their registered dietician.

The program offers a non-medical and drug-free approach to overcoming the challenges of ADHD, learning disabilities, processing disorders, Asperger’s syndrome and a host of other related childhood learning and developmental issues.

Brain Balance’s Indianapolis location is at 510 Park Meridian Dr., #D. For more information, call 317-843-9200. The Greenwood location is at 7689 Shelby St., Indianapolis. For more information, call 317- 497-8166 or visit BrainBalanceCenters.com.

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