I broke my arm, snapping my left humerus clean in half, in August of 2014 and as a result had radial nerve palsy. I went through surgery and had a metal plate with six pins installed to hold the humerus together. The surgeon told me it would take 6-12 months to recover and even then full functionality might not be restored. At that time I had almost no use of my left arm, my hand hung down and I could only make it twitch slightly. Being determined to make a full recovery, I started looking for an office. I was seen by Dr. Brian, he is very passionate in his trade – very kind and knowledgable – and made me feel right at home. After my first visit I knew I had chosen the right office, he had been talking about how equally important the mind and body are in healing and that having the right attitude makes a difference in the process. Just what I wanted to hear. He waited 6 weeks before having me do any serious physical activities with my arm, allowing the bone time to set from the break. During this time he was giving me adjustments, allowing the spine to start the healing process, and some mild exercises to do with my wrist. This healing experience was one of the most incredible things I’ve gone through, there were notable improvements on a daily basis. I’m a full time software engineer so the injury has a noticeable impact on m productivity at work. In onl 3 months from the itme of injury (November 2014) I ent form tyoping 30 words per minute (wpm) to 104 wpm. I also train Triathlon and was able to start some mild training, being able to run again was a breath of fresh air after 3 months of practically no physical activity. Not to mention I could do push-ups again and had almost FULL range of motion throughout my arm. That was only 3 months after the accident and I had almost made a FULL RECOVERY. I’m happy to say that now, February 2015, my arm is 100% back to normal functionality. I’m typing as fast as I use to, training again and life is amazing. This staff is incredibly knowledgable and just plain out good at what they do. They assist you in tapping into the full healing capabilities of your mind and body to recover from injury, despite the odds. Thank you Dr. Brian. Peace and Love.