How can we help you?

Brain Injuries

Concussion, Mild to Major Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI), Stroke, Acquired Brain Injuries (ABI) such as Oxygen Starvation

Balance / Dizziness Issues

Vestibular Conditions, Vertigo, Severe headaches and migraines, Hypersensitivity to light and sound

Stroke

Instability walking, Balance issues, Dizziness, Difficulty with speech, Numbness, Difficulty with movement of extremities, Tremors, Vision deficits, Bowel movement issues, Cognitive deficits

Limb Loss

Diabetes, Ghost Limbs, Phantom Pains, Chronic Pain, Balance, Movement, and Gait Difficulty

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Meet our Integrative Team

Davis McAlister, DC, M.Ed., M.S., CSCS

Doctor of Chiropractic

Dept. of Sports and Human Performance

Paul Harris, MD

Neurologist

Medical Director

David Schmidt, DC, DAAPM, MSN-FNP, NP-C, APRN

Family Nurse Practitioner & Doctor of Chiropractic

Dept. of Integrative Medicine

Audris Fuller

Patient Care Coordinator

Nicky Kirk, DC, MS

Doctor of Chiropractic

Dept. of Clinical Neurology & Sports and Human Performance

Leonard Wright, DC, MS

Doctor of Chiropractic

Dept. of Clinical Neurology

Welcome to

Synapse: Human Performance Centers

A “synapse” is the junction between two nerve cells. Its origin comes from the Greek words meaning “to clasp” or “to bring together.” Synapse Human Performance Centers embody the concept of bringing together diverse healthcare professionals to one location, hence the name Synapse. The prototype Synapse clinic will showcase professionals from diverse fields such as chiropractic, neurology, physiology, occupational therapy, massage therapy, and nutrition working together to provide a patient-centered approach to care. At Synapse we come together to ensure patients experience the maximum expression of life by removing the barriers to good health.