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This year's Symposium will focus on the "Optimization of Human Performance".
ORLANDO, FL, January 27, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- On February 3rd the Carrick Institute/Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, will host the 2017 International Symposium on Clinical Neuroscience, at the Wyndham Orlando Resort International Drive. Joining this year, as a major sponsor of the event is Plasticity Brain Centers, known for their highly effective approach and treatment of individuals suffering from traumatic brain injuries, degenerative brain diseases, and developmental disorders.
This year's Symposium will focus on the "Optimization of Human Performance". This event is known to attract world-renowned experts in the field, from the most prestigious organizations currently involved in this area of science, (Harvard, Yale, Cambridge, Johns Hopkins, University of Central Florida, etc.).
Among the distinguished speakers featured at the event, will be Dr. Matthew Antonucci, Associate Professor of Neurology, Director of the Department of Neurological and Performance Enhancement at Carrick Institute, and Director of Neurological Performance and Rehabilitation at Plasticity Brain Centers. He will be addressing two very specific topics in two talks; on Friday, February 3 Dr. Antonucci will address the Implementation of Cognitive Assessment in a Functional Neurology Practice and on Saturday, February 4 he will focus on The Neurological Basis of Intelligence.
Dr. Antonucci participates with a vibrant international team of clinical experts who attend to the needs of elite world-class athletes, with whom they work to help increase their performance.
The Center will also have a strong presence on the floor where they will have a booth for an exchange of information about Plasticity Brain Centers application of the latest technology and approach in the treatment of patients with a range of cognitive issues. In addition the booth will serve as a recruitment center for members of the scientific and medical communities interested in joining the NeuroNetwork, a group of leading specialists from across the country and around the world who work together to advance the science and practice of clinical neuroscience, and provide their patients the best hope available for recovery or improvement. "All visitors to our booth, interested in signing up for membership in the Network will have an extra added incentive," said a spokesperson from Plasticity Brain Centers. "We encourage participation as this idea of working together ultimately benefits not only patient recovery but the medical staff caring for them as well."
Plasticity Brain Centers offer non-invasive neuro-rehabilitation based on a single scientific principle: "the brain is capable of learning and changing throughout a patient's entire life." The Centers' neuroscience specialists and board-certified experts provide a revolutionary, research-based approach to neurological rehabilitation that is based on this scientifically-proven approach that the brain is capable of learning, changing, and improving with significant potential for growth.
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