Dr. Brad Ralston
Executive Director/ Owner
Dr. Brad Ralston is a native of Shelbyville, IN. Following graduation from Morristown High School in 1989, Dr. Ralston attended Ball State University where he earned an Associate Degree in Health Science in 1992. He finished his undergrad at I.U.P.U.I. where he received a Bachelor’s of Exercise Science in 1995. Dr. Ralston went on to chiropractic college in St. Louis, MO and received his Bachelor of Science in Human Biology from Logan College of Chiropractic in 1998 and received his Doctor of Chiropractic from Logan College in December 1999. Dr. Ralston also gained valuable training and clinical experience during his time in school working as an emergency medical technician in a hospital in Indianapolis and in St. Louis. While Dr. Ralston was a student at Logan, he had the privilege of being enrolled in a post-Doctorate Chiropractic Neurology Program at Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, TX. Dr. Ralston was able to complete the 300 hours required for Board Certification while still a student at Logan College. Dr. Ralston had the privilege of training under Dr. Ted Carrick while enrolled in his postgraduate program in Dallas. Following graduation, Dr. Ralston became board certified in Chiropractic Neurology in September 2000 and began his clinical practice that same year. In 2001, Dr. Ralston completed training with the Carrick Institute and became board certified in the treatment of neurobehavioral disorders, ADD, ADHD, and autism. Dr. Ralston began treating children with ADD, ADHD, and autism in October 2001 and has treated children in his practice with these disorders since that time. Dr. Ralston was named the 2004 ACA Chiropractic Neurologist of the Year and has since completed further training in the treatment of ADD, ADHD, autism, as well as other neurological disorders. In 2009, Dr. Ralston was awarded a diplomate from the American College of Functional Neurology. Dr. Ralston lives in Noblesville with his wife, Marcy, and their two children, Brody and Quinn. They are members of Northview Christian Church.
Grace joined the Brain Balance of Indianapolis family in December 2016 as a Sensory Motor coach and now fulfills the role as Program Director. Grace attended Ball State University, where she received her Bachelor of Science in psychology and minor in interpersonal relations. Since graduating from Ball State, Grace has invested her time and efforts into helping others create their most vibrant lives through applied behavior analysis and coaching. While working as a behavioral therapist, she attended the Institute of Professional Excellence in Coaching to obtain her Professional Coaching Certification. Through both of these experiences she learned how much she loved working with children with unique needs and the importance of treating a human holistically. Working (and playing!) in a positive, innovative environment that places emphasis on holistic health in children’s treatment is what makes Brain Balance the perfect fit for Grace. She is grateful for the opportunity to serve the families and children of Brain Balance Indianapolis!
Assistant Center Director
Jacquie joined Brain Balance as a Sensory Motor coach in February 2017 and now fills the role of Assistant Center Director. Jacquie received her Bachelor’s in Communication from University of Colorado Denver. Over the past several years, Jacquie has consistently work with children professionally and through volunteering efforts. She’s aided them in improving different life skills from academics to social skills. She believes all kids can reach their full potential when given the tools they need and loves the holistic, whole family approach at Brain Balance.
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!