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Mitchell Interviews Dr. Eric Kaplan on Functional Neurology & Medicine

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What innovative ways can heal such often seeming entrenched illnesses as Parkinson’s, rheumatoid arthritis, autism, ADD/ADHD or Lyme disease?  Today’s show addresses these issues from the point of view of functional medicine and neurology through which new breakthroughs in understanding the role of the brain in health and disease has helped to uncover.

To explore this, Mitchell speaks with Dr. Eric Kaplan, one of the very few Board Certified functional neurologists in NYC. He is a Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist, with over 1,500 hours of post graduate studies at The Carrick Institute, including specialty courses such as Movement Disorders, Vestibular Rehabilitation and Childhood Developmental Delays.

His latest accomplishment is completing two Fellowships via the American College of Functional Neurology and now is Board Certified Functional Neurologist and a Fellow of the American Board of Vestibular Rehabiliation. Being trained in dozens of chiropractic and neurology techniques, he has the ability to treat many different types of patients.

Dr. Kaplan is also the founder and sole proprietor of Village Chiropractic and Functional Neurology Center, a full service chiropractic neurology and wellness center located in the heart of the West Village in New York City. Serving patients for many years, Dr. Kaplan is committed not only to his patient’s health, but to the overall quality of their life. Village Chiropractic’s philosophy integrates the physical wellness side of life with the human side of life. Ask any Village Chiropractic patient and they will tell you Dr. Kaplan is a warm, passionate, and inspirational teacher of love, health, and happiness.

Mitchell met with and was tested by Dr. Kaplan recently and found that his work may be useful for his own clients and audience as part of a holistic approach.