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Have you been told to accept your kids limitations when you know they can _______ (insert: speak, make friends, learn, etc...) just like anyone else?

ADHD, Autism, Autoimmunity and more - including metabolic disorders like thyroid dysregulation and diabetes - are associated with an imbalance in brain development.   

Working together to balance your brain can lead to:

  • Improved academic performance
  • ​Better energy production
  • ​Improved overall health and sleep
  • ​Improved family dynamics
  • ​A better quality of life

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"Rabiner and Malone have indicated that children with learning problems associated with ADD/ADHD can acquire at least grade-level reading skills if such children receive early intensive intervention to correct their deficiencies."  (Liesman et al., 2013)

Dr. Cumro has been helping people with neurological disabilities for the past 6 years and practicing for over 12 years. His areas of expertise include: Autoimmunity, ADD/ADHD, OCD, dyslexia, Tourette’s,  and other mental, attention, behavioral and learning disorders. He is also an expert in diet, nutrition and metabolic function in children and adults.

Dr. Cumro has a private practice in Nebraska with a focus on the health of children. He is focused on addressing the primary neurological and metabolic issues in autoimmunity, as well as, most learning and behavioral disorders which is known as a functional disconnection. Since he was introduced to The Melillo Method, functional disconnection has become one of the leading theories in the world related to Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia and more. This work is leading the way toward understanding the underlying causes of these disorders and correcting them.

Whether you are looking to overcome a neurological disorder like ADHD, dyslexia or autoimmunity, Dr. Cumro will bring a foundational approach that includes approaches to environment, epigenetics, physical rehabilitation, diet, exercise, sleep and more.

"This is a degree of improvement that we have not previously observed in children with ADHD unless they were receiving medications, and then only if they were receiving the correct medication at optimal dose."
- Martin H. Teicher, MD - Harvard Medical School in reference to brain balance training

The human brain is supposed to develop in a certain pattern.  Unfortunately, this isn't always the case.  A step may be skipped, or damage may be done that removes some of the necessary develpment.

When this happens, we see an imbalance in development and a failure of higher level functions to appear on one side in relationship to the other.  Think of this like a house - if you don't have a good foundation, you can only develop the house to a limited extent before it comes crashing down.

In contrast, if you have a strong foundation, you can build a much more complete structure on top of it.

Another example would be compound interest.  If you miss just one or two cycles of compounding interest, your end total is a fraction of what it otherwise would have been (in this case in one side of the brain compared to the other).  These missed milestones or steps back have a major impact not only on typical brain functions, but also on intelligence and behavior - leading to disorders like ADHD, autism, autoimmunity, dyslexia and more.

Any setbacks like this need to be properly rehabilitated so that we can achieve - or regain - optimal function.  The level of repair of these areas will determine the levels of health or disease that can be enjoyed.

Fortunately, most of these issues can be balanced out with proper treatment allowing more ideal brain function - and thus less disease, higher intelligence and better behavior.
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