Author: Jonathan Fu

Too Hot to Think? This time of year can make building in workouts throughout your day and social schedule easier. Maybe you are going to a friend’s pool party, or you will be on the lake waterskiing and wakeboarding all day. No matter the physical activity,...

Celebrating Your Unique Recovery After a Stroke Synapse: Human Performance Centers Customizes Stroke Treatment Recovery after a stroke begins as your cells start to heal and function again. Once you find yourself in the recovery stage, you are in a position of power. You can somewhat control parts...

Synapse: Human Performance Centers Recognizes Brain Injury Awareness Month With more than 5.3 million children and adults in the U.S. living with a permanent brain injury-related disability, it is crucial to recognize the need for brain injury awareness and associated education. The Brain Injury Association of America...

Nutrition and Brain Health You Are What You Eat! While we can often fixate on how our diet and specific intake of nutrients impact our physical appearance, one of the most important things we should put mindful energy towards is something no one can see … our...

Interactive Metronome Therapy - Conducting Your Health and Wellness Much like a conductor’s metronome is used for keeping precise time, allowing musicians to stay together and in synch during a performance, Interactive Metronome therapy is frequently used by healthcare professionals to help improve sensory integration...

  Recognizing TBI Have I Injured My Brain? Something isn’t right. You are experiencing increased confusion, and it seems like concentrating on the most straightforward task has become nearly impossible. Do you find yourself reaching for your sunglasses more often? Did those grocery store lights all of a...

  Stereotypical images of sorrow, loss, and hopelessness are often associated with a person who has lived through something traumatic. Life crises, accidents, and negative experiences are generally inevitable in everyone’s lives. However, post-traumatic growth (PTG) is the theory that a positive personality change is possible after...