Brain Balance Achievement Center of Norwalk

Has your child been diagnosed with ADHD, learning disabilities, Dyslexia, Tourett syndrome or a spectrum disorder? If so, our Brain Balance Program can help. The program is entirely drug-free and uses a winning combination of physical, nutritional, and cognitive activities to enhance your child's performance in the classroom and beyond. The Brain Balance Program forms effective neural pathways that improve attention and focus, academic performance, reduce negative behaviors and improve social skills and interaction. Please call our office to reserve seating for our next free parent event.



Dr. G,

Thank you once again to Brain Balance of Norwalk. Today, our son Ashton was fully mainstreamed from a self contained classroom for attentional, social and emotional support to an inclusion class. He has made unbelievable progress after going through your program. His teachers and support staff were on board with us and all of you. Together we all changed his life. Though it is not over yet your ideas and tools will continue to support us on our journey......  TB

At Brain Balance Achievement Centers, we don’t just work with a child’s strengths or provide strategies to compensate for a weakness. We tackle your child’s learning, behavioral, or developmental challenge head-on by addressing the core issues at the most fundamental level. We integrate cognitive, sensorimotor, and nutritional training into a unique, drug-free, whole-child approach that goes beyond the symptoms to address root causes. Call our center today to learn more or schedule a comprehensive assessment.

Meet the Director

Dr. Goldenberg is a board-certified chiropractic neurologist specializing in the treatment of learning disabilities, dyslexia, attention deficit, and autism spectrum disorders. He is a fellow of the American College of Functional Neurology, and has been published for his work in the area of Hemispheric Imbalance as a cause of ADHD. He utilizes a drug-free approach to helping families affected by the challenges described above, and opened the first Brain Balance Achievement Center in the state of Connecticut in September of 2009.