It’s time for another adventure! I learned of Dr. Titus Chiu through his interview with Dr. Mark Hyman for the Broken Brain Mini-Series. If you didn’t get a chance to watch it, I highly recommend that you check it out!
Dr. Titus Chiu is an award-winning Teacher, International Speaker, Author and Functional Neurologist who specializes in Post-Concussion Syndrome. He is on a mission to transform the face of healthcare for the 1 billion people around the world struggling with brain and mental disorders.
He has a deep passion for teaching and had the honor to speak at the 2017 Institute for Functional Medicine’s Annual International Conference on the brain.
Dr. Chiu consults with patients from all over the world both ONLINE and in-person at his integrative neurology center that he co-founded with his wife and partner in Berkeley, California.
His brand new book BrainSave! The 6-Week Plan to Heal Your Brain from Concussions, Brain Injuries & Trauma is now available on Amazon! Go check it out!
In today’s Feed a Brain interview we talk about…
- What is Root Cause Neurology?
- What is electromedicine, and is it the future of medicine?
- How do you know if you have Post Concussion Syndrome?
Resources From This Episode:
- Dr. Mark Hyman’s Broken Brain Docu-series
- Book: BrainSave! The 6-Week Plan to Heal Your Brain from Concussions, Brain Injuries & Trauma
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrTitusChiu
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/drtituschiu
- Cavin’s interview on JJ Virgin’s Podcast
Cavin and Michelle’s Related Links
- Podcast 17 – The Power of Functional Neurology (This stuff is so cool!) w/ Dr. Jeremy Schmoe
- Book: “How to Feed a Brain: Nutrition for Optimal Brain Function and Repair” by Cavin Balaster on Amazon
- Podcast 31 – The Power of Thought with a Bad-Ass Quadriplegic
- Carrick Institute: Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation
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