010 Dr Robert Melillo – Brain Balance Details

Brain Balance Challenges Start Early and Stay Late

Disconnected children become disconnected through measurable biomedical brain and body imbalances. From Pervasive Developmental Delay, to Autism, Asperger’s, Dyslexia and ADHD the measurement and intervention tools now remarkably improve treatment outcomes.
– Robert Melillo

There are two possible outcomes: if the result confirms the hypothesis, then you’ve made a measurement. If the result is contrary to the hypothesis, then you’ve made a discovery.
– Enrico Fermi

Treatment Failure: From Discovery To Process

I’ve said it before, and it bears repeating: we live today in a Galileo Mind Moment.

Biomedical body and mind discoveries abound, and yet too often those discoveries do not connect with the necessary next step: a workable treatment process. Dr. Robert Melillo seeks to improve on imprecise, less effective outcomes by providing specific treatment strategies at his 110 Brain Balance Treatment Centers with a more measured, programmatic approach that addresses medical complexity.

Why Galileo? The standard of care for children, quite remarkably in the context of fresh neuroscience discoveries, remains based almost entirely upon visible symptoms and behavioral appearances. Profoundly disconcerting is the automatic application of these superficial assessments for the treatment of more complex developmental challenges with measurable, significant and correctable underlying biomedical imbalances. In this introductory interview, we only briefly discuss an overview of Dr. Melillo’s work to share additional diagnostic and treatment options.

Ed Note on Brain Balance Details:

His insights, while predominantly directed to early intervention and children, do provide insightful applications for adults as well. Biology is biology at any age.

When you listen to this CBJ/010 Episode you’ll soon discover how quickly we bonded on a number of challenging issues witnessed so frequently in everyday office practice internationally.  His experience with clinical results runs in the thousands, and with his strong academic background, it’s interesting how easily he brings challenging concepts down to an applicable street level. Compassionate and caring, he steps up to make a difference.

His Message In Two Sentences:

Any functional disconnection syndrome requires a full appreciation of each person’s biomedical complexity, from food allergies and immunity to nutrition, to parenting skills. Careful measurements individualized treatments offer more predictable outcomes.


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  1. chris on 09/10/2016 at 1:12 PM

    I am a speech pathologist that works in the public schools. I would like to relate information to parents. Downloads seem to ask for my email and says “THANK YOU” but not sure the download is actually occurring. I tried this with Dr. Melillo and Alan Brown.

    • Dr Charles Parker on 09/23/2016 at 2:21 PM

      Check several spots, your download folder, your email, and try iTunes or Google play at CoreBrain Journal to access -thanks!

    • Dr Charles Parker on 10/08/2016 at 4:50 AM

      Thanks for attempting to download. 1. Look in your ‘Download folder,’ or 2. the site where your machine is set to accept downloads – for example, mine is my desktop.

      Hope this helps, please let me know if you can’t find it for easy access on your website. Don’t forget that’s why I have those natural Episode codes e.g. CBJ/010 for distribution. I recommend constructing an easy 1-page handout with a list of your most highly recommended episodes with a brief one sentence note and each link, for example:

      Dr. Robert Mellilo on the importance of measuring Brain Balance specifically for those who present as nonresponsive to standard educational systems: http://corebrainjournal.com/010

      If you make that list a word doc and update it, revise it as you listen, it will become a super tool for you to set up an improved conversation about your chosen subject. I have a ton of these handouts in my office that I can then circle and hand them out. For example see this one on video details for ADHD medications: http://corepsych.com/details

      Thanks for your partnership!
      PS: Don’t forget this page for school Neuroscience Clubs: http://corebrainjournal.com/clubs

    • Dr Charles Parker on 05/20/2017 at 8:18 PM

      Hey Chris,
      I just added a comprehensive page that includes all of the child, teen and family interviews – and hope it proves helpful for your work in the schools: http://corebrainjournal.com/teen

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