Brain Wave

He is an end-of-the-road practitioner. Doctors send him the patients who aren’t responding to conventional treatments – which makes for an interesting waiting room tableau – the autistic teen next to the performance optimizing CEO next to the guy with the closed head injury next to the empty chair vacated by the hyperactive kid. They await their turn with Paul Swingle, one of only three registered neurotherapists in the Lower Mainland. (His daughter, Mari, is one of the other two and works alongside him in their Melville Street clinic.)

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