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    Cerebrum Dallas Expands Military Program with New Hires

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    Cerebrum Health Centers is once again boosting its military program by adding even more valor to a staff of people who care.

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    Cerebrum Health Centers in Dallas has always been a big proponent of servicemen and women with its military program. They continue to prioritize their program that provides neurological rehab and care at no cost to the client, and are adding additional support with the hiring of Codey Marshall and Mary Arnold, to join the committed clinical staff, in place since the inception of the program.

    William “Codey” Marshall, an enlisted Marine from 2002-2006, has joined the Cerebrum team as the Director of Military Programs. He will focus his efforts on building a local community to support our heroes and supporting the military clients going through the program. Outside Cerebrum, Marshall works extensively with the Veterans Coalition of North Central Texas as the Director of Development, where he’s been since 2014.

    “It is excited to be joining the Cerebrum team; this is a great opportunity to be a contributing member of an organization that has demonstrated an un-waiving dedication to veterans’ mental and physical health,” said Codey.

    Codey served with the U.S. Marine Corps from 2002-2006 in both California and Iraq. He also has local ties, graduating from Southern Methodist University with a degree in Markets & Culture.

    Cerebrum Dallas has also hired Mary Arnold to its military program as Care Coordinator, helping patients schedule visits and travel arrangements, acting as liaison to Cerebrum’s foundation partners and keeping in touch after patients depart, to ensure congruous care. Another local hire, Mary graduated from the University of Dallas in May of 2016 with a B.A. in Business.

    “Mary is an outstanding addition to the military team. She comes with an incredible passion and desire to serve a community that she respects tremendously. She brings a high level of skill, as well as compassion for her work, and the Cerebrum Dallas team and patients are lucky to have her,” said Paul Shrogin DC, Director of Operations.

    Mary’s background in public service is strong as well, as she volunteered at the Our Lady of Peace Church in Santa Clara, CA before moving to the Dallas area.

    Cerebrum Health Centers’ Military Program is an immersive, non-invasive brain treatment program for those affected with traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress, insomnia, memory and focus issues, and more. Cerebrum works with veteran service foundations so that there is zero cost to the military client. They base their care around the idea that the brain, like any muscle, can be strengthened, rehabilitated and re-engaged in areas of impairment, with custom treatment plans determined by full physical and neurological exams, gold standard diagnostics, lab work and brain and activity based therapies. To learn more go to http://cerebrum.com/cms/invisible-vet/.

    About Cerebrum Cerebrum Health Centers is a leading integrative medical facility for brain health treatment and rehabilitation of the biomechanical and musculoskeletal systems operating in Dallas and Atlanta. By combining comprehensive and research-based patient examinations, Cerebrum Health Centers provides innovative and individualized patient treatment programs.  The goal of Cerebrum’s diverse specialized and multidisciplinary staff is to achieve positive outcomes by increasing biomechanical and musculoskeletal function and integrity, with the goal of improving the quality of life for patients suffering from degeneration and injury of the brain and central nervous system. For more information, please visit www.Cerebrum.com.

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    “I am extremely excited to be joining the Cerebrum team; I see this as great opportunity to be a contributing member of an organization that has demonstrated an un-waiving dedication to veterans’ mental and physical health.”
    - William “Codey” Marshall, Director of Military Programs.
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    Joe Fier

    855-444-2724

    http://www.Cerebrum.com

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