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Victoria Naumann

Dr. Victoria Naumann, DC, DACNB, grew up in Auburn, a small town in upstate New York. She has a B.S. in Biology and received her DC degree in 1986 from National College of Chiropractic. She received her Diplomate in Functional Neurology in 2012. During the post graduate modules “Childhood Developmental Disorders,” taught by professor, researcher and author Dr. Robert Melillo, the path of her life changed. Through his classes and seeing what can be done to help children struggling with neurobehavioral disorders Dr. Naumann found her next calling in life, after 22 years of work as a chiropractic. She opened the Brain Balance Achievement Center of Greenville in 2010. In 2011 she and her sister teamed up to open Brain Balance of Charlotte, and in 2013, Brain Balance of Cornelius.

Brain Balance Takes a Look at the Challenge of Sensory Processing Disorder


“I can’t wear those jeans!” “No, I won’t eat mashed potatoes!” “Agh, don’t make me touch that!” These statements and tantrums are often how Sensory Processing Disorder shows itself in a child.   Sensory processing is the brain’s recognition of receptor (eyes, nose, skin, taste, vestibular, etc.) driven input, and the interpretation, integration, and prioritizing of […]

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