” ‘Your brain is constantly changing over the course of your life, responding to the kinds of things you choose to do and think,’ Doidge tells us. Our thoughts actually shape our brain anatomy and behavior. Brain plasticity can be used for both our good and our bad.”
If you or your loved ones suffer from mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, OCD, and addictions, or neurological challenges such as chronic pain, ADD, LD, TBI, stroke, MS, dementia, Parkinson’s, and Autism, or if you want to learn what you can do to preserve and enhance brain function, join us. Avalon Hills Treatment Centers invite you to attend a night with Dr. Norman Doidge, MD. Hear stories of faith, hope and personal triumph and remarkable discoveries and recoveries from the frontiers of neuroplasticity on Tuesday, March 31st at 7 pm at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City.
This is a big deal. If you or a family member struggle with any of those problems mentioned above, I hope you can go hear what this doctor has to say. There is hope.