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Brain Balance Center of Greenville

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2531 Woodruff Road

Suite 113

Simpsonville, SC 29681

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Phone: 864-329-9933

Fax: 864-329-9931


Mon-Fri: 9:00AM - 6:30PMSat: by appointmentSun: Closed

Welcome to Brain Balance Center of Greenville

At Brain Balance Center of Greenville we understand the pain and frustration of watching your child struggle with learning or behavioral issues. Here, and at our centers around the country, we have helped thousands of kids overcome their challenges. Our groundbreaking program provides lasting results because we don't simply work with a child's strengths or compensate for a weakness, we tackle the root cause of the issue.

Our unique Brain Balance Program® addresses the whole child by integrating sensory motor training and stimulation and cognitive activities with nutritional and dietary guidelines. This unique integrated approach is key to what makes Brain Balance different and so effective.

We invite you to visit our center at 2531 Woodruff Road, Simpsonville, SC 29681 for a personal tour. You can observe our program in action, meet our dedicated team and learn more about the many children we have helped right here in our community.

To contact us, call 864-329-9933 or click here to have one of our staff members contact you directly.


Handling Homework and HandwritingThurs., Feb. 19th @ 6:30 pm

Is homework time hurtingyour family life and your relationship with your child?   Join us to learn how to decrease the frustration,tears and excess time homework and handwriting are taking. Techniques based onbrain function and strategies to move your child towards doing more independentwork will be discussed. You will leave empowered to improve the homework andhandwriting situation for your child.Call 864-329-9933 to register!

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