Help For Chemobrain and Brain Function

Chemobrain is a recognized phenomenon of cognitive difficulties that occurs in some people after being diagnosed and treated for cancer. Dr. Brandon Brock, an expert in functional neurology, will explain what’s going on in the brain and will share some lifestyle strategies to recover optimal mental functioning. Dr. Brock's advice is also great for reducing risk of dementia and other brain health issues.

Dr. Brandon Brock

Dr. Brandon Brock

Dr. Brandon Brock is a Certified Family Nurse Practitioner and a Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist as well. He serves in Dallas, Texas as a staff clinician at Cerebrum Health Centers, Foundation Physician’s Group, Advantage Healthcare Centers, and Innovative Health and Wellness Group. Dr. Brock has a passion for lecturing and giving learners didactic and academic skills in a way that is easy to digest, comprehend, and utilize in a clinical setting. He has developed over 5000 hours of curriculum pertaining to neurology, nutrition, physical diagnosis, pharmacology, immunology, and endocrinology and teaches learners from multiple educational backgrounds including: medical doctors, nurse practitioners, and chiropractors.

He enjoys teaching for Apex Energetics as well as providing education and support to facilitate learning for multiple groups and agencies. This includes state association meetings and governmental panels. Dr. Brock received the most outstanding functional neurology teacher of the year from the ACA council of Neurology for five years straight and two times from IAFNR (International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation). This year Dr. Brock will be receiving IAFNR’s Humanitarian Award as a result of his research on injured Military Veterans and PTSD and traumatic brain injury. Dr. Brock is also the honorable recipient of the prestigious Living Legacy Award from Samford University’s Ida Moffett School Nursing in 2015.

Currently Dr. Brock is working on a Doctorate of Nursing Practice from Duke University, and immediately upon completion of the program at Duke, he is planning on starting a conjoined PhD program with a major in nursing and a minor in behavioral neuroscience. Dr. Brock’s unique blend of clinical and teaching experience along with a background in medicine, chiropractic, neurology, and nutrition has created a very unique clinical background that has helped him treat difficult cases and allowed him to offer comprehensive and multiperspective angles on education and clinical presentations.