The Brain Injury Alliance of Vermont (BIAVT) Resource Directory is meant to provide information and resources available to you within the State of Vermont. BIAVT neither endorses nor implies a recommendation; BIAVT is not liable or responsible for any claim, losses, or damages resulting from use of the agencies or services listed within this directory.
Members labeled “featured” and are highlighted green, are a Recognized Brain Injury Aware Professional. Recognized Brain Injury Aware Professional(s) are individual(s), organization(s), or corporation(s) who:
- Received specialized training for brain injury treatment
- Actively serve people with brain injuries
- Understand that brain injuries are unique
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In addition to our resources, this directory has an abundance of useful resources for Vermonters, especially for those who are victims of interpersonal violence:
Precision Chiropractic is the one of less than 300 offices worldwide to utilize NUCCA protocol for structural correction, and the ONLY one in Vermont to provide this unique type of care. One of a the few doctors trained in the NUCCA protocol, Dr. Andrew is able to focus on image-guided structural correction of the Atlas Displacement Complex and helping people find solutions and relief to problems related to the spine such as Post Concussion Syndrome, Chronic Migraines, and Multiple Sclerosis.
Maple Leaf Clinic provides a wide variety of supports for individuals with brain injury including Neuropsychological Evaluation, Individual and Family Therapy, and Neurocognitive Rehabilitation.
Richard W. Davis, Ph.D.'s practice is largely devoted to working with patients and their families who face long-term adjustment issues related to chronic illness and disability. A major portion of this practice is devoted to working with patients who face adjustment and cognitive issues secondary to TBI. Dr. Davis' practice also includes the specialty areas of promoting wellness, treatment of chronic pain syndromes, noncompliance with medical advice and sexual adjustment following disability.