Parker University has announced the grand opening of its new Synapse: Human Performance Centers; a celebration will begin at 7 p.m. on Oct. 4, 2019, at the university’s north Dallas, Texas, campus, during the Parker Seminars conference taking place Oct. 4-6.
Synapse brings chiropractors and other health care professionals together with the latest technology and brain science innovation to help patients heal.
“During my professional training in the 1980s, we were taught that the brain and central nervous systems were static, unchanging, and unable to adapt or recover from injury,” said William E. Morgan, DC, Parker’s president and CEO. “But now we know that the brain is dynamic and capable of reorganization and able to recover from certain injuries.”
Morgan continued, “Synapse: Human Performance Centers are equipped to explore and enhance the brain’s ability to reorganize and heal. It is our intent to be the world leader in clinical enhancement of neuroplasticity and research. We have equipped our prototype center on the Parker University campus with some of the world’s most remarkable technology intended to stimulate brain reorganization and healing.”
For more information about Synapse: Human Performance Centers, visit parker.edu.