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Synapse: Human Performance Centers’ state-of-the-art facility offers the latest in neuroscience an

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Here, we offer a full suite of innovative services for stroke recovery. We focus on helping you to maintain your movement, and regain the pieces of you that you lose. Find out more today, reach out!


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We're sharing our insights on traumatic brain injuries - everything from the possible symptoms to the treatment options available to you.


Today is International Day of Persons with Disabilities - bringing awareness to and promoting the rights and well-being of persons with disabilities across the world.

This is an important day for us to all celebrate. At Synapse, a multi-disciplinary team of doctors and therapists, focused on stimulating and regenerating brain and nervous system function come together to ensure patients experience the maximum expression of life possible for them by removing the barriers to good health.


So what is the parietal lobe? Located in the back left of the brain, the parietal lobe is vital for sensory perception and integration, including the management of taste, hearing, sight, touch, and smell.

It's also home to the brain's primary somatic sensory cortex, which is where the brain interprets input from other areas of the body.

Learn more about what dysfunction in this part of the brain could look like here:


Helping Our Veterans Recover

Have you or a loved one recently returned from active military duty? Maybe you served our country years ago, but never had the proper resources available upon return to address issues like amputation, limb loss, ghost limbs, or phantom pains? It’s our turn to give life back to veterans like you.


If you experience, or notice somebody you believe is experiencing, a stroke then it's critical that you act fast. Every minute counts to prevent permanent disability - but despite that, only 25 percent of stroke patients reach the ER within an hour of the onset of symptoms.

Save this post to help you save a life.


You might have heard that left-brained people are more analytical and methodical, while right-brained people are creative or artistic. But is it true?

This theory is based on the fact that the brain’s two hemispheres function differently. This first came to light in the 1960s, thanks to the research of psychobiologist and Nobel Prize winner Roger W. Sperry.

Well...while it's absolutely true that the side of your brain does have some tangible impact on who you are, it is not tied to any trait or personality characteristic.


Thank you so much again for the work your doing with the veteran community and for being the VCS Business Spotlight for 2022.


Veterans Day - Parker University

As the nation honors our American heroes for their military service on Veterans Day, Parker University extends recognition to the many veterans in both our student body and staff.
Throughout our young country’s history, America’s veterans have been willing to make the sacrifices necessary to protect our freedom and democracy. Today, let us honor them by living up to their example. Thank you for your service.

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Congratulations to Lewisville's Freddy Joya who was recognized with his Week 7
Game-Winning Decision of the Week Award presented by Parker University!

Learn more about how Parker University and Synapse Human Performance Centers can help you and your athletes.

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Parker University President, Dr. William E. Morgan, at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, where he serves on the Advisory Committee on Prosthetics and Special Disabilities Programs.


Our Veteran Support program is moldable to address your injuries or areas of concern. We know veterans are equipped with a special passion to serve, regardless of the danger. Synapse: Human Performance Centers offers proven services (individually or in a package) to help veterans regain the confidence, strength, and mobility they need to live their lives to the absolute fullest.

If you or a loved one can benefit from our Veteran Support program please contact us today at 214-902-3400


Chiropractic care provides a drug-free, effective approach to manage neuromusculoskeletal conditions for Veterans and active duty military.


65% of Veterans suffer from chronic pain. Consider chiropractic.


Traumatic Brain Injuries are the most common head injury and about 2.8 million Americans sustain a traumatic brain injury annually.

Our team of professionals at Synapse Human Performance Centers is here to help!

If you have experienced a head injury please call us today at 214-902-3400


Visit to the U.S. Olympic Training Center

Parker University's President, Dr. William E. Morgan, led a team from Parker to visit and meet with the staff at the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Center in Colorado Springs.


According to statistics, an estimated 90 million Americans experience dizziness at least once in their lifetime. Vestibular system issues, or the parts of the inner ear and brain that help control balance and other senses, are extremely common. Often, nobody talks about them because it is hard to describe falling while not moving or a headache that hurts enough to blur vision and cause dizziness.

If you are experiencing dizziness, please feel free to call us at 214-902-3400

Parker University Announces Annual Participation in North Texas Giving Day Initiative - Parker University 09/22/2022

Parker University Announces Annual Participation in North Texas Giving Day Initiative - Parker University

Parker University is again participating in the annual North Texas Giving Day campaign! As an online giving opportunity for nonprofits located throughout North Texas, North Texas Giving Day allows Parker University to give back to support university programs and our community’s veterans. Please go to for more information and to support our initiatives. Thank you!

Parker University Announces Annual Participation in North Texas Giving Day Initiative - Parker University Parker University is again participating in the annual North Texas Giving Day campaign! As an online giving opportunity for nonprofits located throughout North Texas, North Texas Giving Day allows Parker […]


Thank you for considering Parker University during North Texas Giving Day! We are hoping to raise funds in order to help others. Here are just two of our initiatives: 1) Our goal is to provide treatment for 50 Veterans in need of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) treatment. The cost of treatment per Veteran is $20,000. 2) Donations to help provide scholarships for deserving individuals who will uplift the community through loving service, life-long education, and research.

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When it comes to having a concussion it is important to know and understand that there are different types, if you feel that you may have a concussion, seek a professional.

Here at synapse our staff is well equipped to help, please feel free to contact us today at (214) 902-3400


National Concussion Awareness Day

National Concussion Awareness Day ® is a chance for health care practitioners, teachers, coaches, and parents to connect and discuss baseline testing, signs and symptoms, and the social and emotional issues that can result from mild traumatic brain injury.

Here are some ways to help you spot a concussion as an observer:

1. The person who may have a concussion can't recall prior to or after the injury/fall.

2. The person who may have a concussion forgets an instruction, is confused about an assignment or position, or is unsure of the game, score, or opponent.

3. Loses consciousness (even briefly).

If the person who may have it says or does the following:
- Has a headache or feels “pressure” in the head.
- Nausea or vomiting.
- Balance problems or dizziness, or double or blurry vision.
- Bothered by light or noise.
- Feeling sluggish, hazy, foggy, or groggy.
- Just not “feeling right,” or “feeling down”.

If you would like to know more about why National Concussion Awareness Day exists and how you can do your part, check out this blog

Here at Synapse our staff is well equipped to help you if you believe you may have a concussion or just had a brain injury recently, please feel free to contact us today at (214) 902-3400


There are different types of head injuries and here are the top 3 most common types:

1. A Concussion is a traumatic brain injury (TBI), this type of injury is caused by a blow to the head or sudden forceful shaking.

2. Brain Contusions are localized bruises of brain tissues, these bruises are directly on the site of the injury or blow.

3. Skull Fractures are when blunt force trauma causes one or more cracks on the skull.

Some head injuries may have delayed symptoms, so it is always best to get your head injury checked, if you do not know where to go, please go ahead and call us today at (214) 902-3400


Every 40 seconds, someone loses their life to su***de, it's time to raise awareness and recognize our role to help prevent it, by starting the conversation, providing support, and directing help to those who need it.
Here is how you can help:
1. If you feel that a loved one is at risk - reach out to them.
2. Listen to what they have to say without judgment.
3. Encourage them to seek help.

If you or a loved one can benefit from support during a suicidal or emotional crisis please contact the Su***de Prevention Hotline at 988, you can call or text that number.


If you or someone you know may be struggling or can benefit from getting support please call or text the su***de hotline at 988 or 1-800-273-TALK.


September is Su***de Prevention Month, and we would like to remind you that there is help out there, and now 988 is active across the United States to access mental health services if needed.


Happy Labor Day


Today Parker University President, Dr. William E. Morgan, and Parker University Director of Advancement, Floyd McLendon, met with Major General Albert C. Zapanta, President and CEO of the United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce, and Peter O'Rourke Sr., former Secretary of the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs, to discuss how Parker University and Synapse Human Performance Centers can help support veteran healthcare.


When someone has experienced a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) it can lead to changes in cognitive abilities and control of emotions, mobility, speech and senses. When left undiagnosed or untreated it can have a huge impact on how a person thinks and acts, and on his or her mental health.

Mental illnesses connected to TBIs and head injuries include bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and depression.

If you have experienced a Traumatic Brain Injury and feel that you may benefit from seeing us, contact us today at (214) 902-3400


Today we were welcomed with some gloomy weather and rain, and some of you may be experiencing some mixed emotions about it, here is why.

2 Ways Weather Affects Your Mood:

1. Lack of sunlight can make you sad which is part of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), with Fall around the corner, we will start seeing less sunlight.

2. When you get severe weather alerts it can impact your mood and increase your stress and anxiety, as you wait to see just how bad it will become.

With shorter days around the corner, this is a reminder to make sure you enjoy the sunlight as much as you can and remind yourself that you may be affected by the seasonal change.


2.8 million Americans sustain a traumatic brain injury annually.

Our Brain Injury treatment program can help you regain control over your life and body. Synapse: Human Performance Centers offers services (individually or in a package) that are specific for your injury, lifestyle, and future:
• Spectrum of TBI and NTBI
• Concussion focus
• Stroke focus

Contact us today at (214) 902-3400 if you feel that we can assist you!


What are the possible effects of traumatic brain injury (TBI)?

TBI can have an impact on attention, memory, language, problem-solving, and empathy.

Some other possible effects of TBI may include: difficulty with concentration, easily distractible, memory problems, the slow speed of processing, and more.

Here Synapse: Human Performance Centers we are devoted to helping you regain and heal what has been lost.

Call us today at (214) 902 -3400

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