“I came to Pure Recovery California to help my post-concussive symptoms of memory loss, mood swings, impulsivity, and headaches. My initial testing showed that 44 percent was not working right. My many concussions and impacts from playing in the NFL and NCAA football had reduced my brain’s power. After a few months of treatment, there was a 70 percent improvement. They basically reset my brain. The Pure Sports Recovery Program changed my life and my ability to function again. I feel like a brand-new man.”
– Jermichael Finley, former NFL/NCAA player, Green Bay Packers, University of Texas
Pure Recovery California is one of the few centers in the country to utilize sophisticated neuroscience techniques and epigenetics to modify brain wiring. They incorporate organic nutrition, meditation, physical activity, eliminate toxic environmental factors, control and mitigate stress, and use the latest advances in Three-Dimensional Brain Mapping with a Multimedia Brain-Computer-Brain Neurofeedback interface. Pure Recovery California has already demonstrated significant success in individuals with impulsivity, depression, memory loss, substance abuse, suicidal ideations, aggressive behaviors and more.
-Joseph Maroon MD, Team Neurosurgeon for the Pittsburgh Steelers, Clinical Professor and Vice Chairman, Department of Neurosurgery and the Heindl Scholar in Neuroscience at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
“Pure Recovery has come to the forefront with a passion and methodology and a template to treat players with concussion related symptoms and issues such as anxiety, depression whether issues are a result from brain trauma or addictive behaviors. Players are treated in a very compassionate and caring way. To me this is a unique program, I am overly impressed.”
-Bart Oates, President of the NFL Alumni, Former N.Y. Giant
”The Pure Sports Recovery approach gives something that many former players lack once their careers are over, structure. When you’re a guy with $5 million in your bank account and you remove his identity as a football player — one he’s had since he was kid — he no longer can think of himself as an athlete. You mix that in with the mental health issues like depression and anxiety that are often the result of concussions it can lead to a lot of issues. That is why this program is so important. You basically need a program like this to re-craft a player after retirement.”
-Husain Abdulah , Former NFL/NCAA player, Kansas City Chiefs, Washington State