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Dr. Douglas Brown Launches Advanced Treatment Program for Autistic, ADHD and Other Child Learning Disorders in Orange Beach, Alabama

Apr 8 2014, 10:58am CDT | by

Dr. D. Brown, Neurologist, who has been treating children with autism and other brain related issues in Birmingham, AL., for years, has moved to the Gulf Coast area of Alabama to set up an Urgent Care Center, as well as, to grow his neurology practice. On April 10, 2014, at the Wharf in Orange Beach, AL, Dr. Brown will hold a free 2 hour seminar explaining how the brain functions and how his diagnosis and treatment programs can bring amazing results in 4-6 weeks.

Orange Beach, AL, April 08, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Event: New Methods to Treat Childhood Learning DisordersRegister Free Here! BrainsEdge is a new seminar company formed by Gary Stepanian, a seasoned...

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Dr. Douglas Brown Launches Advanced Treatment Program for Autistic, ADHD and Other Child Learning Disorders in Orange Beach, Alabama

Apr 8 2014, 10:58am CDT | by

Dr. D. Brown, Neurologist, who has been treating children with autism and other brain related issues in Birmingham, AL., for years, has moved to the Gulf Coast area of Alabama to set up an Urgent Care Center, as well as, to grow his neurology practice. On April 10, 2014, at the Wharf in Orange Beach, AL, Dr. Brown will hold a free 2 hour seminar explaining how the brain functions and how his diagnosis and treatment programs can bring amazing results in 4-6 weeks.

Orange Beach, AL, April 08, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Event: New Methods to Treat Childhood Learning Disorders

Register Free Here!

BrainsEdge is a new seminar company formed by Gary Stepanian, a seasoned speaker and sales trainer, and Dr. Brown. Stepanian and Brown are planning to help fund the ongoing treatment of autism and other learning disorders, often not covered by insurance, by using the technology in other disciplines such as sales and corporate training.

On Thursday, April 10, 2014, a free seminar entitled: "New Methods to Treat Childhood Learning Disorders" will be held in Orange Beach, Alabama, at "The Studio" at the Wharf, register now as seats will be limited. Parents, teachers, learning professionals and youth sports coaches will find this seminar both interesting and enabling.

Dr. Brown explains: "People have differing preferences, ranging from the Arts, to picking the best iPhone. Once you understand what each hemisphere of the brain does, and how it can affect the other, you can begin to work with your brain and improve your life. By understanding the way that our complex brains make decisions, and how our natural dispositions can inhibit proper brain functionality, we can significantly improve the decision making skills of ourselves and others."

Dr. Brown continues: "Each person's brain, if not balanced, can display a dominance, causing serious learning and behavioral problems." Dr. Brown will explain how to exercise your mind and body to balance your brain, and how his treatment involving targeted brain stimulation techniques can change a child's life.

His "Learning Disorders" seminar will explain why, in many cases involving child learning disabilities, typical treatments are minimally effective. Dr. Brown has developed specific neurological tests that reveal to him why the child is not learning and specific areas of the brain to treat. Dr. Brown's program can provide amazingly results in as little as 4-6 weeks.

Also, on Saturday, April 19, 2014, their new "Brain Science for Business" seminar will be held, at the Wharf in Orange Beach, Alabama. Attendees will learn how to use "Left/Right" brain balance to increase sales and communication skills, as well as memory development and eye/body language recognition. This seminar will include video examples explaining the techniques. An admission fee of $99/person will be charged.

Contact Information:
BrainsEdge
Gary Stepanian or Dr. Douglas Brown
251-210-9262
Contact via Email
http://www.brainsedge.com

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