Shelese Pratt, ND
Advanced BIT, Brain Physiology, Muscle ReActivation
I specialize in pediatric neurology but I also see people as a family practice doctor. I use classical homeopathy, nutrition (diet and nutritional supplements), botanicals, and hydrotherapy. I also care for patients with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Cerebral Palsy, PVL, Global Development Delay, Angelman Syndrom, learning difficulties (ADD, ADHD, and dyslexia), sensory processing disorders, autistic spectrum disorders, and mood disorders. In addition to classical naturopathic medical protocols, I also employ Crossinology’s Brain Integration Technique (BIT) in my practice. I believe that each individual is unique and I tailor a treatment plan specific to each patient. I treat the majority of my patients (national and international), at my main clinic in Niwot, Colorado and I also maintain an office in Fairfield, Connecticut. I run several lecture series annually, welcoming the opportunity to share my knowledge and experience with groups nationwide. If you would like me to speak to your group, contact my office to make arrangements.
I believe in integrative medicine. Although I have many modalities I prefer to use a team approach when possible between medical doctors, occupational therapists, Anat Baniel Method practitioners, MNRI practitioners, behavioral optometrists, cognitive therapists, speech therapists, psychotherapists, acupuncturists, and other health care practitioners.
Many people see me for my revolutionary work with Brain Integration and brain specific nutrition. BIT is a proven alternative treatment for learning difficulties, and replaces standard treatments often involving: intense ongoing exercises, techniques for removing emotional stress, changes to the studentÛªs learning style, and even prescription medication. Instead, BIT opens and integrates neurological pathways giving individuals permanent access to their full potential.