Jennifer Palcic

Ohio, United States of America

I am the owner, along with my husband Josh, of Breaking Through Intensive Therapy. We offer Physical Therapy and NeurOptimal® Neurofeedback. We have an extensive background in Physical Therapy and we both have been working in the field for over 20 years with focus in areas of neurological disorders, orthopedic injuries, and athletes of all ages. Josh and I thrive to continually improve our physical and mental health. We have four children, and our fourth child was adopted through the foster system. We discovered NeurOptimal® as we were learning to parent a child with extensive trauma and behavioral issues. Our youngest son began receiving NeurOptimal® training in attempt to improve his behaviors and learning disabilities. Early on we began seeing positive results. We realized we needed to purchase a system and use it to benefit our entire family. We wish we had discovered it sooner! We began to offer NeurOptimal® at Breaking Through and many clients were open to learning more about it and experiencing it for themselves. When we came up with the name “Breaking Through” we were focused on the physical improvements our clients would achieve. NeurOptimal® allows us to add a mental component to help the clients and families we serve to continue breaking through the challenges they are experiencing.

I have completed the Basic and Advanced Certification and have made NeurOptimal® an important part of my life. I feel I am a better mother, wife, business owner, and
leader in my community because of NeurOptimal®.

Jennifer Palcic
Breaking Through Intensive Therapy
19250 Bagley Rd
Suite 203
Middleburg Heights, OH 44130
440.973.4223
[email protected]

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