Tharon received a Bachelor of Science from IUPUI, and is currently working towards obtaining a Master’s of Science in Kinesiology from IUPUI as well. Over the past 7 years, he has worked with children in different occupations varying from youth camp counselors to coaching students in math and reading. Tharon enjoys working with children, because it is satisfying to know that he can have a positive impact on a child’s life.
Sensory Motor Coach
Monica joined Brain Balance of Indianapolis in June 2017 as a Sensory Motor coach. She attended Ball State University where she graduated with a Bachelors degree in exercise science and a minor in Spanish. Monica came from the YMCA where she worked in youth development for the past four years. She is passionate about working with children and helping them grow!
Dirk Bryce Lindley, DC
In 2012, Dirk Bryce Lindley received a Bachelor’s of Science in Sports Medicine from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. After graduating, he moved back to his home state of Texas and maintained a leadership role developing a functional medicine based physical therapy program at Brazos Integrative Medicine working with medical doctors and chiropractors. Bryce’s passion lies in learning about the nervous system, which was a large factor in his decision to further his education with a Doctorate in Chiropractic from Parker University. While in his doctorate program, Bryce pursued a diplomate in Functional Neurology and a certification in Childhood Developmental Disorders. He was also heavily involved in Parker University’s Neurology Club, using his previous knowledge and experience to serve as the President for the Advanced Neurology Club as well as the Research Coordinator. Bryce also served as the Lead Intern and Director of Student Involvement at Cerebrum Health Centers’ Dallas location, where he was heavily involved in treating patients dealing with neurological and autoimmune disorders including strokes, concussions and traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), memory loss and dementia, vertigo and balance issues, dystonia and movement disorders, extreme light and sound sensitivities, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and other neurological disorders.
During his education, Bryce made connections with many leaders in the field of functional neurology, including Dr. Melillo, co-founder of Brain Balance Achievement Centers. Soon after receiving his doctorate degree, Bryce purchased the Brain Balance Center of Greenwood and moved to Indianapolis in May of 2017 where he plans to use his knowledge in neurology to help children dealing with developmental disorders resulting in behavioral, social, and academic issues. He knows that helping overcome these neurological imbalances at a young age will have the most dramatic impact, not only on the whole family, but for the rest of the child’s life.